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Full text of "Hand-book and directory of Alameda County"

CALIFG^NIANA if it 



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HAND-BOOK 

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K LIST OF THE POST-OFFICES OF THE PACIFIC COAST; WELLS, FARGO & CO'S OFFICES 

MONEY ORDER OFFICES ; RATES OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN POSTAGE ; SENATORIAL 

DISTRICTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA ; MARINE DISTANCES ; RAILROAD 

DISTANCES BETWEEN POINTS EAST AND WEST ; THE STATES OF 

THE UNION, WITH THEIR CAPITALS, POPULATION 

IN 1S70, AND AREA IN SQUARE MILES, 

ETC., ETC., ETC. 



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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred 
and seventy-six, 

By L. L. PAULSON, 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 






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PREFACE. 



TN compiling the fourth series of the Hand-Book 
and Directory, for the County of Alameda, I have 
endeavored, as in the preceding issues, to obtain 
and give the correct name and residence of all per- 
manent inhabitants, noting occupation, location 
and post-office address of each. 

I desire also to inform the public that this work 
is one number of a series which will form, when 
complete, a Hand-Book and Directory of the State, 
engrossing the names of all residents. 

I hope to have the support and patronage of the 
public in this undertaking, and shall always strive 
to merit it by making my publications valuable 
through their completeness and reliability. 

THE PUBLISHER. 



BE FORREST <& GASKILL, General Job Printers, 328 Broadway, Oakland. 



Stage and Lyceum Aspirants all go to PROF. VAN DeMABK for Instruction. 



L. L. PAULSON'S DIKECTOKY 



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INSTITUTE, 



Nos. 635 & 637 California Street, San Francisco, 

Directly opposite St. Mary's Cathedral, between Kearny and Dupont. 

This Health Institute, through 
its universal formula of healing agen- 
cies, and the scientific combination of 
medicine, surgery and hygiene, with its 
healthful dietary and entire water cure 
appliances, which consistof waterdress- 
ings and the popular Elkctro-Eussi an 
and Turkish, Thermal, Sitz and 
Toilet Baths, together with the late 
inventions in Electro-Magnetism, now 
employed in the Institute, presents 
advantages to all persons afflicted with 
paralysis, or any form of rheumatic 
complaints, liver or kidney diseases, 
nowhere else to be found on the Pacific 
Coast. 

Dr. Smith having for the past seventeen 
years, conducted a Health Institute, mainly 
in this city, making a specialty of the treat- 
ment of nervo-vital diseases, and delivered 
over eight hundred lectures, discussing the 
laws of mind, t ho nervous and sexual system, 
inviting criticism from every conceivable 
experience and standpoint wherein were 
involved the nature, causes, and the best 
means of curing impotency, sterility, seminal 
losses and general debility of every kind, it 
would, indeed, be strange if ho had not ar- 
rived at many important conclusions and 
the most specific means of curing all that 
intricate and insidious class of diseases in- 
volved in the nervo-vital structures of the 
body that the mere private office and pre- 
scriptive practictioner has failed to recignizo 
and provide for. Of late he has made such 




Application of the Newly-Invented Adjustable 
HORSE-SHOE MAGNET. 



important changes in tho consulting rooms and surgical department, and added so extensive to the Medv 
cal Dispensary, as to meet most fuliy the scientific and skillful treatment of every form of acute or chronic 
sexual disease peculiar to either male or female; and here adds that when the medical or surgical means 
that it is necessary to employ in the treatment of all forms of venerial diseases are supported by water 
dressings, steam, hot air, and electro-thermal baths, and a proper dietary, the complications, virulence 
and secondary results, so common when the dry drug practice alone is employed, are almost entirely 
dissipated, and besides not more than two-thirds the time is required for an hundred fold more perfect 
cure than can be performed by exclusive drug medication — a fact that no intelligent practitioner dare, in 
any public place or manner, attempt to refute. 

Consultations in regard to health, FREE; verbal or by letter. Send for circular. 



BARLOW J. SMITH, M. D. 




MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HYGIENE. 



BABLOWJ.SMITH.M.D.! 

Professor of 



Here all may obtain a truthful examination and a 
correctly marked Chart at from $2 to $3. Examination 
without Chart, $1.50. 

Dr. Smith gives Free Lectures to Gentlemen, at his 
Institute, on Phreno-Physiology, Nervous and Vital 
Diseases, Laws of Health, Etc., every Friday Evening 
at 8 o'clock. • 



J. EOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



GENERAL INDEX. 

Pago. 

Descriptive Matter 2 ? and , 2 ^ 

Dakland Directory *j to lu 

\ lam-da County Directory taw to 181 

•ffiCOS, 1 «,.l OA 

tfells, Fargo & Co's Offices, V H to 20 

Money Order Offices, ) 

[Postage Hates, Domestic and Foreign 20 to 22 

Population of the World 23 

Senatorial Districts of the State 28 

Kailroad Distances between points Eustand W est 24 

Ifarine Distances 24 

HStatee of the Union, 

[Capital Cities, I 

Population, ! __ 24 

[Area in Square Miles, f 

iovernor's Term expires, 
i'iines of Elections, J 



ADVERTISERS. 

i Anthony, F. A., Stoves and Tinware SO 

Arlington Candy Fac • 01 

IBabeock & Gould. Flouring Mills 35 

IBachman, J., Coffee Saloon 110 

■Bacon & Lyons, Carpenters and Builders 3a 

Baker & Hamilton, Agricultural Implements 104 

Baldwin, A.. Hotel 88 

Haniford, W., M. D., Physician 37 

[Bangle it Chase, Painters 184 

(Barker, Frank, Furniture 37 

iBarnos, 11. \\ r .. Doors, Windows, Sash, etc 37 

Battling & Kimball, Bookbinders 84 

Bander, Chris & Co., Hotel 30 

([Baxter, Geo. C, Nurseryman 34 

Keazell ,V Crowell, Machinists and Blacksmiths... 82 

|l'.er>on & Son, Carpet Store US 

iBilz, J. A., Machino Shop, Carriage Fac, etc 50 

iBlair, G. M., Planing Mill 30 

Ifijlnett & Farden, Photographers 132 

ttdwell, II. H., Wind Mills 32 

Bowman, II., Apothecary 41 

Buhsen, D. & Son. Groceries 134 

iBarnham, Standeford & Co., Planing Mill 45 

iBurrell & Co., Planing Mill 45 

Bran nan, Daniel, Pottery 118 

IBrown, Wrn. F., Watches and Jewelry 43 

Bryan, Bros., Hotel 102 

RJampbeH, Ed. H., Saloon 47 

iCastello & Whitehead, Attorneys 47 

Chappellet, F., Stone Artificial Work, Top Lino 

and page 110 

Chappie, Tallman £ Co., Grocers 140 

Church, A. M., Justice of Peace 148 

Coatcs, L. A., Livery Stable 100 

Cook, H. N.. Belting 31 

Conies, Herman, Broom Factory 124 

Crossett & Co., Employment Office 2!) 

Dale, Win., Stoves and Tinware 42 

Dal/i 1, James, Stoves and Tinware 120 

Dab.iel & Mohler, Gas Fixtures 120 

De Forest <k Gaskill, Job Printers, 

Right Hand Bottom Line 

Donovan & Son, Architects and Builders 59 

Downing, A., Cigar Store 50 

Dutcher Sl Heslop, Blacksmiths 112 

Eitner, Rudolph, Engraver Loft Hand aide Lino 

Harwell, B. K, Livery Stable 122 

Faulkner, D. A., Patent Punch, etc 54 

Fisk, L., Groceries ?..-.. 153 

Blagg, Mrs. Julia A., Hotel 137 

Fonda, W. T., Sowing Machines. ..Inside Back Cover 

Forbes, Frederick, Wood and Coal 140 

Forrester, J. D., Vet. Surgeon 13 

Francis, E. R., Capitol Hotel 07 



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Francis & Valentine, Printers Inside Front Cover 

Freeman, Geo. E., Furniture and Bedding 02 

Gardner, J. F., Painter 38 

Gladding, Bros., Oakland Warehouse 09 

Godchaux, P., Hotel 30 

(Toddard & Co., Pacific Iron Works 170 

Goodwin, Geo. W., Carpenter and Contractor 71 

Gorner, Theodore, Harness and Saddles 80 

Goyette, John, Saddles and Harness 92 

Haera, F., Hotel 156 

Hamilton, W. H. H., Wheelwright 182 

Hanly, Wm., Harness and Saddles 80 

Ilannan, J. J., House and Sign Painter 73 

Hansen, A.. Grocer 134 

Hansen, Albert. Watch maker and Jeweler 73 

Hardy, W. B., Books and Stationery 124 

Harris Bros., Merchant Tailors 75 

Hawkett, W. G. & Co., Groceries 144 

Hawley, Marcus C, Agricultural Imp's, Wagons, 

etc 128 

Heald's Business College bet 152 and 153 

Henninger, John, Restaurant 144 

Hermann, C, Hatter 158 

Hothorington, Mrs. J. W., Milliner 158 

Hill, Saml., Sewing Machines 14 

llirshborg & Greenbaum, Clothing 158 

liobart. J. B., Groceries, Produce, etc 40 

Hodgdon, John, Fruits and Vegetables 44 

Holbrook, Morrill & Co., Stoves, etc 30 

Holmes, N. B., Blacksmith 52 

lloskins, Wm., Notary Public 79 

Howard, Asa, Justice Peace 7!) 

Howard, J. H., Stoves, Tinware, etc 40 

Huff, L. B. & Co., Hay, Grain and Feed 15 

Hutchison, James, Nursery 130 

Ivo-', Scovillo k Co., Foundry 119 

Jahn & Scholl, Gunsmiths US 

Jarrett, G. Benton, Physician 160 

Johnson, Jacob, Hotel 96 

Johnston, J. C. & Co., Saddles and Harness 9S 

Jordan Bros., Carpenters and Builders 12 

Keating, , Confectionery S3 

King & Williams, Blacksmiths and Carriage 

Manufacturers 04 

Kirk, 0. C, Stoves, Plumbing, Gastitting, etc 40 

Koenig & Brinckmann, Real Estate Agents S7 

Kohler, E. F., Wines and Liquors 87 

Krevenhairen, E. & Co., Groceries and Provisions 87 

Leavitt, Mrs. Alice, M. D 163 

Lemon, Wm. M., Books and Stationery 02 

Leonhard, F., Hotel 140 

Linforth, Kellogg & Co., Agricultural Imp's 120 

Livermore Stage Co.. Livery Stables, etc 60 

Lulley, M. & Sons, General Merchandise 91 

Maleton, Edward. Cigar Store 93 

Maloon ife Casswoll, Hay, Grain and Flour 88 

Marcus, I., Auction Store l'>4 

Mathews & Hilton, Livery Stable 183 

May, A. W., Livery Stable 142 

McConnell, J. D., Saddler and Harness Maker 100 

McGiveney, James, Plumber and Gasfittor 95 

McGrew, P. II., Blacksmith 42 

McKeown, Joseph, Wagon Manufacturer and 

Blacksmith 68 

McLean, C. L., Dentist 165 

Meikle, D. A. F., Blacksmith and Wagon Maker 72 

Meeker, James & Co., Wagon Material Ml 

Mel lis Bros., Auction House 99 

Meininger, II., Blacksmith, Wagons, etc 80 

Miner, L., Carpet-Beating Machine 99 

Moffit, J., Saloon and Restaurant 92 

Montell, F. M., Hepar Koilia Bitters Side Line 

Mooro, A. P., books and stationery 101 

Murphy, E., Hotel IKS 

Newsoin, L. M., Nursery 144 

Newsom, D. F., White Sulphur Springs 48 

Nichols, A. C, Si Co., Commission Merchants 12 



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Manufacturing Works and Office, cor. Market and Beaie Streets, 
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Loots and Shoes, as low as in 0. cr S. P., at J. ROUSSEAU'S, 637 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Oakland Stone Kanufactur'g Co. Office, 172 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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Northy & MeOrath, Carriage Manufacturer? s'4 

Nve k Atchinson, (ias Fixtures 139 to 181 

Oakland Billiard Parlor 03 

Oakland Cigar Manufactoi y 49 

O'Keeffe, Daniel, Boots and Shoes 4-1 

Olcese. Frank, Confectionery Stand 105 

Osborn .t Alexander, Hardware 27 and 28 

Pacific Saw Manuf. Co TO 

Palm-r. J. R., Attorney ". 170 

Palmer, Knox k Co., Golden State Iron Works ... 12 

Parker & Noble. Planing and Crist Mill 170 

Parmeland. F. : Restaurant 107 

Perdue, T., Boots and Shoes 137 

Pet-rs -T. II.. photographer 40 

. '."., Watchmaker and Jeweler 40 

griee k Moore, Planing Mill 144 

Prince, L. M.. Carpenter and Builder Ill 

Prine. E. J., M. R. C. S 136 

Redstone. John H., Patent Solicitor 15 

Robert=on, J, W., Carriage Maker, etc 55 

Rousseau, J.. Boot and Shoe Store Bottom Line 

Ryan. M. J.. Wines and Liquors 115 

Samm, Jacob, Flouring Mill 117 

San Francisco Chronicle 16 

San Francisco Market....... 117 

San Francisco Savings Union 31 

San Francisco Weekly Post )»S 

■ebiminelphennig, F., Tinware and Gasiitting 92 

Schneider, ("has.. Union Hotel 42 

Schneider, W. H., Uun Store 100 

Shearer £ Leys, publishers 86 

Shinn \- Co.. Nursery 78 

Joseph, Zimmerman's Garden 36 

Skinker, John, Guns and Ammunition 114 

jjnilow k MeLaurin. Grocers 121 

Smith, Dr. B. J.. Smithsonian Institute 

Smith, John O. N.. Carriage Painter 7i 

Smith k Mosher, Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers 58 

Smyth. Henry, Blacksmith 90 

Eanlding, X. W-, Saw Manuf., etc 70 

Stratton, W. J.. Livery Stable 184 

i. W., Livery Stable 138 

Tayl r, John. Carpenter and Contractor 125 

Traxter, Robert, Carpenter and Contractor 127 

Turnbull, T. P.. Sign and Carriage Painter 56 

W. I., Wind Mills 8 

Univer-ity Mound College 10 

Van Demark, Professor Elocution, Left-hand Top 

Line 

Vanvoorhies. R. J. & Co., Druggists .' 129 

1 'oera House 66 

Walker k Noyse, Architects & Builders 131 

pater house 4 Lester, Carriage Material 108 

Web-ter. A. B„ Real Enate 131 

We,- i i Kingweli, Brass Work = 179 

Henry, Carriage Manufacturer 11*5 

Wells. T. D., Blacksmith 179 

Wevuionth. T. D., Carriages, Wagons, etc 74 

Wilson Sewing Machines 31 

E. P., Physician 181 

Wood. J. E., Carpenter and Contractor 135 

Ziegenfuss, John Geo., Butcher 1>1 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Agricultural Implements. 

Baker A- Hanjilton 104 

Hawley, Marcus C 128 

Linforth, Kellogg k Co 120 

Architects and Builders. 

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Walker a Noyse 131 

Artificial Stone. 

Chappellet, F Top Line and Page 110 

Attorney s. 

Castello k Whitehead J7 

Palmer, J. R 170 

Aim linn Stores. 

Marcus. I ua 

Mellis Bros .'...'..'..". 99 

Bank. 

San Francisco Savings Union SI 

Belting. 
Cook, H. N „ 31 



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Billiard Parlor. 

Oakland Billiard Parlor 03 

Bitters. 

Montell, F. M Side Line 

Blacksmiths and Carriage Manufacturers. 

Beazell k Crowell 82 

Bilz, J. A., Machine Shop 50 

Dutcher k Heslep 112 

Holmes, X. B 52 

King k Williams 04 

McGrew, P. H 12 

McKeown, Joseph 08 

M-ikle D. A. F 72 

Meininger. II so 

Northy & McGrath 94 

Robertson, J. W 55 

Smith k Mosher 58 

Smyth, Henry 90 

Weeks, Henrv 110 

Wells, T. D 179 

Weynjouth, F. D 74 

Book Binders. 
Bartling & Kimball 84 

Book Sellers. 

Hardv, W. B 124 

Lemon, Wm. M 92 

Muore, A. P 101 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

O'Keeffe. Daniel 44 

Perdue, T 137 

Rousseau, J Bottom Line 

Brass Works. 

Weed k Kingweli 179 

Brnom Factory. 

Cordes, Herman 124 

Butcher. 
Ziegenfuss, John Geo 181 

Carpenters and Contractors. 

Bacon k Lyons .'. 35 

in, Geo- W 71 

Jordan Bros 12 

Prince, L. M Ill 

Taylor, John 12-5 

Traxler. Robt 127 

Wood, J. E 135 

Carpet Beating Machine. 

Miner, L 99 

Carpet Store. 

Berson k Son 118 

Carriage and Wagon Material. 

Meeker, James £ Co 134 

Waterhouse k Lester 108 

Cigar Dealers. 

Downing. A 59 

Maleton, Edward 93 

Oakland Cigar Manufactory 49 

Clothing. 

Hirshburg & Greenbaum 158 

Col leg*'-.. 

Heald's Business College bet. 152 and 153 

University Mound College 10 

Commission Merchants. 

Nichols, A. C. i Co 12 

Confectionery. 

Arlington Candy Factory SI 

Keating, 83 

Olcese, Frank 10-5 

Dentist. 

McLean, C. L 165 

Doors. Window Sashes and Blinds. 

Barnes. H. W 37 

Druggists. 

Bowman. II 41 

Vanvoorhies, R. J. X Co 129 

Employment ©trice. 

Crossett k Co 29 

Engraver Wood . 

Eitner Rudolph Left Side Line 

Flouring Mills. 

Babeock k Gould 35 

Samm. Jacob „ 117 



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The Institution is equipped with every modern Educational 
appliance. Location healthful, and removed from city and villas 
temptations ; grounds extensive ; buildings new ; apartments 
large and lofty, lighted with gas and heated with steam ; bed-roomS 
provided with stationary wash-stands and running water, and hand- 
somely carpeted throughout. 

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Furnishes complete preparation for business, together with the im- 
portant advantage of that strict and careful supervision of manners 
and habits which boys receive in a well regulated home. 



Catalogues may be had of JAMES B. ROBERTS, Esq., 315 
California Street, or of 



JOHN GAMBLE, B. A. 

Principal. 

All work guaranteed tcTgive^satisfa*^^ 



Building Fronts, at F. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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Foundries. 

Hoddard & Co 170 

Ires, Scoville & Co U» 

Palmer, Knox it Co 12 

Ffiiifn and Vegetables. 

Uodgdon, John 44 

Furniture and Bedding:. 

Barker, Frank 37 

Freeman, Geo. E 62 

Gas Fixtures. 

Dakiol & Mohler 120 

Nye & Atchinson 139 to 181 

tiriieral merchandise. 

Lulloy, M. & Sons. 91 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Buhsen, D. & Son 134 

Chappie, Tallman & Co HO 

Fisk, L 153 

Hansen, A 134 

Hawkett, W. G. di Co 144 

Hobart, J. B 46 

Kreyenhagen, E. & Co 87 

Sinilow & McLaurin 1-1 

Onus and Ammunition. 

Jahn JtScholl 118 

Schneider, W. 11 100 

Skinker, John 114 

Hay, Grain and Flour. 

Huff, L. B. & Co 15 

Maloon &, Caswell 88 

Hardware. 

Baker & Hamilton 104 

Hawley, Marcus C 1-8 

Linl'orth, Kellogg & Co 12(i 

OsDorn & Alexander 27 and 'i8 

Harness and Saddle manufacturers. 

Gornor, Theo 86 

Goyette, John 02 

Hanly, Wm 80 

Johnston, J. C. & Co 08 

McConnell.J.D 166 

Hatter. 
Hermann, C 158 

Hotels. 

Baldwin, A 88 

Bauder, Chris. & Co 30 

Bryan Bios 102 

Flagg, Mrs. Julia A 137 

Francis, E. 11 07 

Godchaux, P 30 

Haera, F 15 i 

Johnson, Jacob 00 

Leonhard, F 140 

Murphy, E 168 

Schneider, Chas 42 

Justices of the Peace. 

Church, A. M 148 

Howard, Asa 79 

Livery Stables. 

Coats, L. A 100 

Farwell, B. E 122 

Livermore Stago Co 00 

Mathews & Hilton is:! 

May, A. W 142 

Stratton, W. J 184 

Swett, A. W 138 

market. 

San Francisco Market 117 

millinery. 

Hetherington, Mrs. J. W 158 

Newspapers. 

San Francisco Chronicle 16 

San Francisco Weekly Post 88 

Notary Public. 

Hoskins, Wm 78 

Nurseries. 

Baxter, Geo. C 34 

Hutchison, James 130 

Kewsomo, L. M 144 

Shinn & Co 7S 

Painters. 

Bangle & Chase « 1SI 

Gardiner, J. T 38 

Hannan, J. J 73 



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Smith, John 0. N 70 

Turnbull. T. P 56 

Patent Punch. 

Faulkner, D. A 54 

Photographers. 

Bluett AFarden 132 

Peters, J. H 40 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bam ford, W 37 

Forrester, J. 1) 13 

Jarrett, G. Benton 100 

Leavitt, Mrs. Alico 103 

Pring, E. J 130 

Smith, Dr. B. J 

Wood, E. P 181 

Planing Millx. 

Parker & Xoblo 170 

Blair, G. M 39 

Burnham, Standet'ord & Co , 45 

Burroll & Co 45 

Price & Moore 144 

Pleasure Garden. 

Simon, Joseph 36 

Plumbers aud Gasiiitters. 

Kirk, 0. C 46 

McGivney, James 1J 5 

Pottery. 

Brannan, Daniel 118 

Printers. 

Do Forrest & Gaskill Right Bottom Lino 

Francis & Valentine Insido Front Cover 

Professor of lllocution. 

Van do Mark, Loft Top Line 

Publishers. 

Shearer & Leys 80 

Steal Estate Healers. 

Koenig & Brinckman 87 

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California. 



Same. County. 

campo San Joaquin 

TJA Placer 

jdenville Siskiyou 

laineda Alameda 

lamo Contra ( 'osta 

[JBION Mendocino 

Icatraz San Francisco 

lexandna Merced 

Jeghany Sierra 

Ima Santa Clara 

LTAMONT Vlameda 

LVAKADO Alameda 

LVISO Santa ( 'lara 

lMADUK CI l'V Amador 

ttnerican Ranch Shasta 

.NAHEIM Los Angeles 

.NDERSON'S VAL...Mend'o 

iNGEL'S CAMP Calaveras 

.ntelope Yolo 

.nthoiiv House Nevada 

ANTIOCH Contra Costa 

ptus Monterey 

lRL'ATA Humboldt 

,rgusville Lassen 

.rrovo Grande S L Obispo 

. tlai'ita San Joaquin 

Auburn Placer 

taSersrtefd Kern 

lallena San Diego 

Sangor Butte 

tanner San Diego 

SANTA'S San Joaqui;! 

Sartlett Springs Lake 

SATAV1A Solano 

iath Placer 

Sattle Creek Tehama 

'.K.A II VALLEY Mariposa 

leek with Plumas 

led Bock Klamath 

Jell's Bridge Shasta 

>il Slution Santa! 'lara 

1ELMON T San Matt o 

■BENICTA Solano 

JEN 'I I >.V Mono 

JKBEN 1 IU Fresno 

JERKKLEY Alameda 

Jernardo Sau Diego 

terry vale Siskivou 

Ha>velTsBar Butte 

Jig Bar Trinity 

iig Dry i 'reek Fresno 

',IU OA K FLAT Tuolumne 

iig Tine Inyo 

Iig Tn-us Calaveras 

tIGGS STATION Butte 

iig Valley Lassen 

liiigliam'ptou Solano 

ilSUUP CREEK Mono 

Hack Bear Klamath 

Slack Point Maria 

;l.A< IK DIAMOND C Costa 

iiauco Monterey 

3LOOMFIELD Sonoma 

LUE (A.N VON Placer 

JOCA Nevada 

rJodega Sonoma 

iiilinas Marin 

JOKDEN Fresno 

Jottle Hill „.. El Dorado 

Brldn< port Mono 

irigiituu Sacramento 

Brooklyn Alameda 

bin ii 's Valley Yuba 

irov.nsville Yuba 

'.rush Ureek Butte 

Sucuanan Fresno 

Buckeye Yolo 

Buck's It alien Plumas 

Buena Vista.... Amador 

Bullard's Bar Yuba 

pulliona Alpine 

Shasta 

....Santa ( 'lara 

Shasta 

Trinity 

....San Joaquin 



Burgettville.. 

Burnett 

Burney Valley. 

Burnt Ranch... 

urwood 



Butcher Ranch Placer 

Butte Citv Colusa 

Butte Valley '. Butte 

CACHE CREEK Yolo 

'All 1 o Mendocino 

PALIS TOGA Napa 

Callahan's Ranch Siskiyou 

DAMANCHE Calaveras 

CAMBRIA S Luis Obispo 

CAMP GRANT Humboldt 

CAMPO SECU Calaveras 



Campo San Diego 

c A M P'i'ON V I LLE Yuba 

Capav Yolo 

Capell Napa 

Capistrauo Los Angeles 

Carpeuteria Santa Barbara 

CASTMOVILLE Monterey 

Cedarville Siskiyou 

CENTRAL HOl'SE Butte 

GENTERV1LLE Uameda 

Ceres Stanislaus 

Cerro Oordo Inyo 

Cherokee Butte 

■CHICO B«t to 

Oilili Calaveras 

CU I NESE CAMP.. .Tuolumne 

Chino San Bernardino 

Obotawe San Luis Obispo 

Christine Mendocino 

Chrvsopolis Inyo 

CISCO Placer 

CLAIR VILLE Sonoma 

Clarksville El Dorado 

Clavton Contra Costa 

Clipper Gap Placer 

CLIPPER MILLS Butte 

CLOVERDALE Sonoma 

Coast Range Colusa 

Cocomongo S Bernardino 

Cold Spring El Dorado 

Coleville Mono 

COLFAX Placer 

College Citv Colusa 

Collegeville San Joaquin 

COLLINSVILLE Solano 

I OLOM A El Dorado 

•■'COLUMBIA Tuolumne 

*Coluxa Colusa 

Compton Los Angeles 

Concord Contra Costa 

Conway's Landing Mend'o 

Coppervale Lassen 

COPPEKOPOL1S Calaveras 

Cordelia Solano 

Cosumnes Sacramento 

( Ottage City Colusa 

( Or 1 ON V\ 00 D Tehama 

COCLTERNILLE... Mariposa 

COl'RTLAND Sacramento 

< v,ve!o Mendocino 

Crescent City T>ei Norte 

CKEsCEN T MILLS.. .Plumas 

( 'row's Landing Stanislaus 

Coffy'sCove Mendocino 

Danville Contra Costa 

DAY IS VILLE Yoio 

Hay ton Lassen 

Denverton Solano 

DIAMOND SPRINGS..E1 Dor 

••DIXON Solano 

Dodgeville Sonoma 

Dougherty's Station.. Alameda 

Douglas City Trinity 

Dorris Bridge Siskiyou 

Hover Merced 

l>>,wnii vilic Sierra 

'•'■DUTCH FLAT Placer 

DUNCAN'S MILLS. ..Sonoma 

DRYTOWN Amador 

Dunne ville Monterey 

Durham Butte 

Eagleville Siskiyou 

Kdeudale Alameda 

Edgwood Siskiyou 

EL DORADO El Dorado 

Klk ( 'reek' Colusa 

ELK GROVE Sacramento 

Klliot San Joaquin 

ELLIS San Joaquin 

EL MONTE Los Angeles 

ELM IRA Solano 

EMIGRANT GAP Placer 

EMMATON Sacramento 

Emmett Shasta 

En Cino •» Los Angel, s 

Etna Mills Siskiyou 

# Eureka Hiinilinl.lt 

Evergreen Santa Clara 



Florin 

• !OI>OM 

1 ORBES I OWN- 
FOREST CITY.... 
'HO REST HILL. 

Forest Home 

Forestville 

Forks of salmon.. 

Fort Bidwell 

Fort Jones 

Four'h Crossing... 

Franklin 

Freeport 

Freestone 

FRENCH ( OilR 
French f-JUlcu 

fresno city.. 

Fresno Mats 

FULTON 



Sacramento 
Sacramento 

Butte 

Sien a 

Placer 

Amador 

Sonoma 

Klamath 

Siskiyou 

Siskiyou 

Calaveras 

.ftacramento 
.Sacramento 

Sonoma 

A L... Nevada 

Shasta 

....Fresno 

....Fresno 

..Souotna 



Gabilan Monterey 

C \ i, T Sacramento 

Garberville Humboldt 

Garret e Tuolumne 

Ctas Jet Humboldt 

Gazelle Siskiyou 

• < ; EO R< • E 1 OWN .El Dorado 

•'•GIBSON VILLE Sierra 

'••■<; I LROY Santa Clara 

Gilroy Hot Springs S. Clara 

Glenbrook Lake 

Glen Ellen Sonoma 

Glen ville Keru 

Gold Run Placer 

Gonzalez Monterey 

Goodvear's Bar Sierra 

Goshen 'Tulare 

Grafton Yolo 

Grainland Butie 

Grand Island Colusa 

Graniteville Nevada 

' ''GRASS VALLEY Nevada 

Gravellv Vallev Lake 

GRAYS ON VILLE ..Stanislaus 

Green Vallev El Dorado 

GREENVILLE Plumas 

GREENWOOD ElDo-vIn 

GRIDLEY Butt ' 

Grizzly Bear House : lac.r 

Grizzly Flat El Dorado 

GAUDALOUPE.Sau Luis Ob 

GUALALA Mendocino 

GPENOC Lake 

GDERNEVILLE Sonoma 

Gwiu Mine Calaveras 

Half Moon Bay San Mateo 

Hansonville Yuba 

Happy Camp Del Norte 

HARRISBURG Uameda 

HAVILAH Kern 

Hay Fork Trinity 

Havden Lassen 

1 1 A V WOO D A latneda 

*HEALDSBURG Sonoma 

Henley Siskiyou 

Henleyville Tehama 

Hermitage Mendocino 

Hicksville Sacramento 

HILL'S FERRY Stanislaus 

Hite'sCove Mariposa 

HoUisler Monterey 

Hoiicut Yuba 

HowlandFlat 

Hoopa Valley Klamath 

Hopeton Merced 

Hope Vallev Alpine 

HORNITOS Mariposa 

Horr's Ranch Stanislaus 

Horse town Shasta 

Haydesville Humboldt 

Hot Springs Siskiyou 

Hueneme Santa Barbara 

Hunsaker Tulare 



K NIc HIT'S LANDING.. Vnlo 

Kanawa Colusa 

K KRNVILLE Kern 

King s Liver Fresno 

Kingston Fresno 

Kirkville Suiter 

Knight's Ferry Stanislaus 

KNOX VILLE Lake 



Fair Gap 

Fair Play 

Fall River Mills... 

False Cape 

FAKMINGTON... 

Felton 

Ferndale 

FIDDLETOWN.. 

FIREBAl GH 

FISHERMAN'S 

Fish Springs 

FISK'S MILL 



Sierra 

....1.1 Dorado 

Shasta 

....Humboldt 
San Joaquin 
..Santa Cruz 
...Humboldt 

Amador 

Fresno 

BAY...Son'a 

Inyo 

Sonoma 



La Graciosa... 
LAGRANGE..... 

Lagunlla 

La Honda 

•.LAI 'OKIE 

Lafayette 

Lake City.... 

Lake Valley 

Lakrport 

Lakevide 

Lambert 

Lancha Plana... 
Langworth 

Last < 'hanee 

LATHltOP 

LATROl.l 

Lewis ton 

Liberty 

LINCOLN 

Linden 

LITTLE LAKE 

Little River 

Little York 

LIVERMOKE. 

Livingston 

Lockeford 

LODI 

LONE PINE... 

Longville 

Long Valley 

■ : Los Angeles 

LOSBANOS ... 

Los Cruc.es 

Los Gatos 

Los Nietos 

Lovelock 

LOWER LAIC* 

Loyal ton 

Lynn s Valley... 



Santa Barbara 

Stanislaus 

Inyo 

s.ui Mateo 

Plumas 

...Contra Costa 

Siskiyou 

El Dorado 

Lake 

Sonoma 

Merced 

\inador 

Stanislaus 

Placer 

....San Joaquin 

El Dorado 

'Trinity 

...San Joaquin 

Placer 

...Sau Joaquin 

Mendocino 

Mendocino 

Nevada 

Alameda 

Merced 

...Sau Joaquin 
...Sau Jo iquin 

Inyo 

Plumas 

Lassen 

... Los Angeles 

Merced 

Santa Bat bara 

Santa Clara 

.. Los Angeles 

Butte 

; Lake 

Siena 

Kern 



Mad River Humboldt 

Magalia Butte 

Maine Prairie Solano 

Manchester Mendocino 

"•Mariposa Mariposa 

'•'•Markleeviiie Alpine 

Marshall Marin 

■Mitrtini 2 Contra Costa 

Martin's Ferry Klamath 



MartiushuiL 
z-MarvsviUi .... 
MAYFIELD. 

Meadow Va 



Butte 

Yuba 

n ta Clara 
..Plumas 



Ign 

Illinois Mill.. 
»Independen 



Shasta 

Tulare 

Inyo 

...El Dorado 

Indian Gulch Mariposa 

Inskip Butte 

■ ION E CI 1'Y Amador 

rOWA IIILl Placer 

Jacinto Colusa 

'fJackxon fcinador 

JAMES'lOWN Tuolumne 

Janesville Lassen 

Jenny Lind Calaveras 

Jolon Monterey 

Josephine San Luis I Ibispo 

JULIAN ■■sail Diego 

J unci ion City Trinity 

JusjUou House Lassen 



MENDOCINO Mendocino 

Mention Vlameda 

MENl.O PACK San Mateo 

MERCED Merced 

Merced Falls Merced 

Meridian Suiter 

M H H Ki.W BAR Sac'to 

M [I'll I ( JAN BLUFF.. ..Placer 

MIDDLETOWN Lake 

MIDW AY Vlameda 

Milford Lassen 

MUlerton Fresno 

liIILLBRAE San Mateo 

Miller Mendocino 

MILTON Calaveras 

Mi II ville Shasta 

MILPITAS Santa Clara 

Mission ^an Jose Ma.ueda 

Mix's !rossing Yuba 

MODESTA .•Maiii-laus 

Mohawk Valley Plumas 

■■■•MOKELl 'MNE HILL ....Cal'S 

.Monitor Upine 

Monk ton Mono 

Monte Los Angeles 

mon I'KKEY Moiiterey 

Monti zuiii.i 'Tuolumne 

MONTICELLO Napa 

Moon's Ranch ..« 1 euauaa 

Moore's Flat Nevada 

Moore's Station Butte 

Morano.... San Joaquin 

Mormon Island Sac'O 

Mount Falrview San Diego 

Mountain Ranch Calaveras 

Ml >UN TAIN VIEW. ..Santa C 

MORRi ' San L Obispo 

Mou.it Bullion Mariposa 

Mount Eden Uameda 

Mount Shasta Sjskiyou 

MURPHY'S Calaveras 

Musquito Calaveras 



"Xapa City Napa 

Nashville Kl Dorado 

National City San Diego 

Natividad Monterey 

NAVAKKO RIDGE... Mend'o 

Nelson Butte 

Nelson Point Plumas 

^Nevada City Nevada 

NEWCASTLE Placer 

New Almaden Santa Clara 

New Idria Fresno 

New Republic Monterey 

Newtown El Dorado 

Newville Colusa 

NicasiO Marin 

Nicolaus Sutter 

NILES Alameda 

NOKD Butte 

Nordhoft'. Ventura 

Norton ville Contra Costa 

North Bloomfield Nevada 

North Columbia Nevada 

*NORTH SAN JUAN.Ncv'a 

North San Diego San Diego 

Noyo Mendocino 

Oak Grove San Diego 

OAKDALE Stanislaus 

"Oakland Alameda 

OAKVILLE Napa 

Oasis Inyo 

Oat Valley Yolo 

Ocean View Sonoma 

Olancha Inyo 

Olema Marin 

Old Creek San Luis Obispo 

Olimpo Colusa 

Omega Nevada 

Onion Valley Plumas 

Ophir Placer 

Oregon House Yuba 

Oristembra Stanislaus 

Orleans Bar '..Klamath 

OroCity Placer 

Oro Fino Siskiyou 

"Oroville Butte 

PACHECO Contra Costa 

Painsville Nevada 

Panoche Fresno 

Parkville Shasta 

Pasken'a Tehama 

PASO KOBLES..San L Obispo 

Patclien Santa Clara 

Patterson Nevada 

Peach Tree Monterey 

Pence's Butte 

Penryn Placer 

PESCADEKO Santa Cruz 

*PETALUMA Sonoma 

Petersburg Klamath 

Petrolia Humboldt 

Phoenix Mine Napa 

Pigeon Point San Mateo 

Pilot Hill El Dorado 

Pine Creek Butte 

Pine Grove Amador 

PINO Placer 

Pitville Shasta 

"Placerville El Dorado 

Plainfield Yolo 

PLAINSBURG Merced 

Piano Tulare 

Pleasant Grove Creek... .Sutter 

Pleasant Valley El Dorado 

PLEASANTON Uameda 

Plum Valley sierra 

PLYMOUTH Amador 

l'( II X T A REN AS...Meudocino 

Point New Year San Mateo 

Point of Rocks Contra ( losta 

Poland San Joaquin 

Porno Mendocino 

Pope Valley Napa 

Portuguese Shasta 

Port Wine Sierra 

Potter Valley Mendocino 

PORTE tiS VILLE Tulare 

Poway san Diego 

Powelton Butte 

Prairie... Yolo 

Pratt ville Plumas 

PRINCETON Colusa 

Point of 'Timber....* lontra i losta 
Purissama San Mateo 

Quincy Plumas 

Railroad Flat Calaveras 

/.'. d Bluff- 'Tehama 

RE \iu.n<; Shasta 

Redwood City Sari Mateo 

Key,,,, Ms' Ferry Tuolumne 

Richland : Sacramento 

Bin :o i San Bernardino 

Rio ieco Bu'te 

[0\ isr \ Solano 

Kl VERS1 1 >K. San Bernardino 

Una ring River Shasta 

ROCKLIN Placer 

Rockville Solano 

Rohnerville Humboldt 

l: mnd .Mountain Shasta 

ROSEVILLfcl Placer 

ROUGH & R LADY.. ..Nevada 



Bound Valley Shasta 

Routier station Sacramento 

RUTHERFORD Napa 

-Sacramento Sacramento 

-Salinas Monterey 

Salmon Falls El Dorado 

San Andreas Calaveras 

SAN ANTONIO Monterey 

s BUENAVENTURA..S Bar'a 
'•'•'• San Bernardino, S Bernardino 

San Benito Monterey 

•■'SAN DIEGO San Diego 

■■'Sun Francisco—San Francisco 

SAN FELIPE Santa Clara 

SAN FERNANDO.Los Ang's 

San Gabriel Los Angeles 

SAN GREGORIO...San Mateo 

"■San Jose Santa Clara 

SAN JUAN Monterey 

San Jacinto San Diego 

SAN LEANDHn Alameda 

San Lorenzo Alameda 

San Litis Obispo.. .San L Obispo 

SAN LUIS KEY San Diego 

San Luis Ranch Merced 

San Marcos San Luis Obispo 

SAX MATEO San Mateo 

San Pablo Contra Costa 

SAN QUENTIN. Marin 

■■'San Ea.fae.l .Marin 

San Ramon Contra Costa 

San Salvadore S Bernardino 

San Simeon San L Obispo 

San Ysidro Santa Clara 

svXEL Mendocino 

Santa Ana Los Angeles 

"Santa BarAara..Santa Barbara 
SANTA CLARA.. .Santa Clara 

"•Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 

'■■Santa Eosa Sonoma 

Santa Margarita.. San L Obispo 

Saratoga Santa Clara 

Satlcoy Ventura 

Saucelito Marin 

Sawyer's Bar Klamath 

Scale's Diggings Sierra 

School II Station San Mateo 

Scott River Siskiyou 

Sears ville San Mateo 

Sea Side Santa Cruz 

sebas lOl'OL Sonoma 

Secret Ravine Placer 

Seiad Valley Siskiyou 

Shady Run Placer 

"Shasta Shasta 

Shaw's Flat Tuolumne 

Sheldon Sacramento 

sll ERIDAN Placer 

Sherman Santa Clara 

Sherwood Valley.. .Mendocino 
SHINGLE SPRINGS..E1 Dor 

SIERRA CITY sierra 

Sierra Valley sierra 

.Silver Mountain Vlpine 

Slack Canyon Monterey 

Slippery Ford El Dorado 

SMAR'i'SVILLK Yuba 

Smith River Del Norte 

smith's Ranch Sonoma 

Smith ville Placer 

■■ Snt lling Merced 

Solano..." Solano 

Soledad Monterey 

Sommers ville Contra Costa 

SONOMA Sonoma 

"Sonora 'Tuolumne 

South Butte ..Sutter 

Soquel Santa Cruz 

SPADRA Los Angeles 

SPANISH TOWN 

Spanish Flat El Dorado 

spencer ville Nevada 

Spokane Falls Stevens 

Springfield 'Tuolumne 

SPANISH K A. NC1L... Plumas 

ST. HELENA Napa 

St. John Colusa 

St. Laurenceburg El Dorado 

St. Bonis sierra 

Stillwater Shasta 

"Stockton San Joaquin 

Stonewall San Diego 

Stony Point Sonoma 

Strawberry Valley Yuba 

suey Santa Baroara 

Sugar Pine 'Tuolumne 

■ Suisun City Solano 

SUMMIT Plumas 

Summit Valley Placer 

Sunolglen Alameda 

SI'XOl Solan., 

SusanviUe I tassen 

Snseol Xapa 

SUTTER CREEK Amador 

SWEETLAND .Nevada 

Table Bluff. Humboldt 

Table Rock Sierra 

Tahoe Placer 

Tehichipa Kern 

Taylor's Flat Trinity 

TAYLORS VILLE Plumas 

TEHAMA Tehama 

Telegraph City Calaveras 



Temeeula San 1 liego 

Ten nant Santa Clara 

Timber ( 'ove Sonoma 

Timbuctoo Yub.i 

Tipton 'Tulare 

'TODD'S VALLEY Placer 

'TOM ALES Marin 

Tomkiah Mendocino 

TRES PINOS Monterey 

Trinidad Klamath 

Trinitv Center Trinity 

-TRUCKEE Nevada 

TULARE Tulare 

Tnle Tulare 

Tustin City Los Angeles 

TURLOC'K Stanislaus 

26-Mile House Stanislaus 

Two Rocks Sonoma 

-Uki/th Mendocino 

UNCLE SAM Lake 

Union Merced 

Union House Sacramento 

Upper Clear Lake Lake 

Upper Mattole Humboldt 

VACA VILLE Solano 

VALLECITO Calaveras 

••■••VALLEJO.., Solano 

Valley Springs Calaveras 

VALLEY' FORD Sonoma 

Viejas San Diego 

VINA Tehama 

"Visalia Tulare 

VOLCANO Amador 

Walnut Creek Contra Costa 

Walnut Grove Sacramento 

Warner's Ranch San Diego 

Washington Nevada 

WASHINGTON COBS Ua 

Waterford Stanislaus 

Waterloo San Joaquin 

WATSOX VILLE.. .Santa Cruz 

* Weaverville Trinity 

W kbits LANDING. .C Costa 

Weldon Kern 

West Butte Sutter 

West Oakland Alameda 

West Point Calaveras 

WHEATLAND Yuba 

White River Tulare 

Willow Ranch Siskiyou 

^WILMINGTON. Los Angeles 

WIXDSOR Sonoma 

Witters' Springs Lake 

Woodford's Alpine 

WOODBRIDGE... San Joaquin 

Woodland Yolo 

Woodside San Mateo 

Wood ville Tulare 

Yagersville Humboldt 

Yankee Hill Butte 

Yankee Jim's Placer 

Yolo Yolo 

York ville Mendocino 

You Bet Nevada 

YOUNTVILLE Xapa 

YOSEMITE Mariposa 

* Yrt ka Siskiyol 

Yoeuni ville Klamath 

Yuba City Sutter 

ZemZem Lake 



Oregon. 

Name. Cocxty. 

■■■Albany Linn 

Alsea lien ton 

Amity Yamhill 

Antelope w asco 

Applegate lacks, in 

''Ashland Mills Jackson 

"Astoria Clatsop 

Auburn Baker 

Aumsville Marion 

Augusta Baker 

Aurora Marion 

"Baker City Baker 

Barlow Clackamas 

Beaver <- aackamas 

Bellevue Yamhill 

Bethel Folk 

Big Prairie Lane 

Bridge Creei. Wasco 

Brooks Marion 

Brownsborough Jackson 

Brownsville Lien 

I'.uena Vista Tnlk 

Butter Douglas 

Butte Creek Clackamas 

Butter Creek Wasco 

Butte Disappointment Lane 

Butte ville Marion 

Camas Valley Douglas 

Camp Creek Lane 

Camp Watson ( Iraut 

"Canon City Grant 



Canby Cla 

( 'artwrights 

Cayuse I'm: 

Cecil's I'ms 

CedarMill Washin 

Central Point Jaei 

Chetcoe (.' 

Clatskanie < ulu 

Clarksville B 

Clear Creek Clack; 

Clifton CU 

I 'oast Fork 

< 'olnmbiaCity I 'olu:i 

i lOOS i lity I 

Coos River 

'•■ 'CorvallU He 

CORNELIUS Washin 

Coquille 

Cottage Grove 

Cove I 

< ireswell 

Crawfordsville 

Cuttingsville < 'lack; 

"Dallas 

Damascus Clackj 

Day ion Yai 

Dayville ■ 

Deschutes \V 

Diamond Hill 

Dilley Washin 

Eagle Creek Clackj 

Eagle Point lac 

East Portland MullnO 

El Dorado 1$ 

Elk Horn 

E.ktoii Dot 

Ellensourg 

Empire ( ity 

Enchanted Prairie 

Eola 

:: Eniiene City .11 

Express Ranch B| 

Fairfield M:l 

Fair view I 

forest Grove WashiM 

Franklin II 

Galesville Dot! 

Gardiner Doll 

Garibaldi Tillanl 

Gaslou Washin I 

Gem B| 

GERVAIS Mil 

Glad Tidings Olacksl 

Glencoe Washin I 

(I ramie Ronde I 

Grant's Bass lac 

Greenville Wasuiu 

HALSEY 

• HARBISBUKG 

llerinasville 

Highland Clacld 

Hillsboro Was nil 

Hood Biver Vf 

Hot Springs Jac' 

Hubbard's Mj 

Humboldt Basin h 

Independence 

Island City t 

Isthmus Cl| 

"Jackson rill e JaJ 

JEFFERSON Mt 

John Day City G| 

Joppa Washii 

.Ionian Valley I 

JUNCTION .|l 

Kellogg'.s Doll 

Kirb'l Josef I 

Kilchis Wl 

King's Valley Bel 

Knappa Cfcl 



-La Grande 

Lakeport iaC 

Langells Valley !»■ 

"Lafayette Yai 

Lebanon J 

Lew is ville .J 

Leland Josef 

Lena Unji 

Lincoln j 

Linkville Jac 

Little Elk Be 

Long Tom 

Looking I rlaSS DO 

Luckemute 

MARION Mi 

Marshall's L'ru 

Mashland Col« 

McMINVILLE Yai 

Meadow ville I'm 

Middleton Washii 

Miller's 

Milton ini 

Milwaukie Clactfl 

Mitchell VS 

i — 



U ' 



Tcbells Station Umatilla 

fcawk Lane 

nitor Marion 

famouth". Polk 

- nr ,,,. Benton 

Kant Hood Wasco 

lun tain 1 ialr Washington 

, mi tain House Yamhill 

Sddy Station Linn 

jprtle Creek Douglas 

-.tedv Clackamas 

Mia'lem Clatsop 

Stockton Tillamook 

Hwberg Yamhill 

swells vi'iie Marion 

Iwport Benton 

"rwtoii Benton 

rrh Canvonville Douglas 

,rth Yamhill Yamhill 

Clackmas 

AKLAND Douglas 

Oregon Citi/ ..Clackamas 

JJodell r i lion 

fiwego. Clackamas 

JJ C Coos 

j»ss Creek Douglas 

Washington 

Induiun Umatilla 

Maria Linn 

ilrrviiaie!.. Polk 

; tiioinatli Benton 

'Scenix Jackson 

lot Rock Uinatitla 

ne Linn 

feasant Hi" La,u ' 

irt Orford Curry 

vrtland Multnomah 

swell's Valley Multnomah 

airieCitv Giant 

itchard Baker 

ineville Wasco 



indoiph.... 

[ki.iier 



Coos 

....Columbia 

.ttlcsnaKe Lane 

icknalc Polk 

►fverside Columbia 

fyckPoint Jackson 

■Rosrnura Douglas 

;|ye Valley Baker 

'jihmmis Valley Jackson 

lint John Multnomah 

flint Joseph 

'■Valem Marion 

'inch' Clackamas 

htlvles Is. and Columbia 

■appoose Columbia 

|;ott's Wasco 

jottsburg Douglas 

bedd's Linn 

nell Rock Wasco 

lieridan Yamhill 

jiell Rock Wasco 

poll's Ferry Washington 

fiverton Marion 

itkum Coos 

[iuslaw Lane 

kip iiiiin Clatsop 

late ( Ireek Josephine 

oda Springs Linn 

bdaville Linn 

Banish Hollow Wasco 

prague Kiver Jackson 

pritigrield 

\t Helens 

taytou 

lubliniity 

uunuit Benton 

mmmer House Clatsop 

'uminerviile Union 

Beet Hume Linu 

("able Rock Jackson 

'aylor's Kerry Washington 

en Mile Douglas 

Whs Dalles Wasco 

"Ukfimtik Tillamook 

'oleao Benton 

'rask Tillamook 

'iialatin Washington 

urner Marion 

UMATILLA Umatilla 

Umpqua City Douglas 

IJ.NION Union 

^ernon Marion 

Waconda 

Waldo Josephine 

Wallowa Union 

Warm Springs Wasco 

NVest Chehalen Y'amhill 

fVest Union Washington 

NVeston Umatilla 

ftVestport Clatsop 

Wheatland Yamhill 

Wilbur Douglas 

Willamette Forks Lane 

Willamette Slough. .Multno'ah 



Lane 

...Columbia 
Marion 

Marion 



Willoughby Wasco 

Willow Forks Wasco 

Willow Springs Jackson 

Wingville Baker 

Woodburu Marion 

Yaquina Benton 

Yanax Jackson 

Y'oncalla Douglas 

Zena Polk 



Nevada. 



Name. 
* Aurora.. 

"■Austin... 



County. 

. Esmeralda 
Lauder 



WASHOECITY Washoe 

Wellington Esmeralda 

WELLS Lander 

WIXXEMLX'IA Humboldt 



■Washington 
Territory. 



Name, 
Alpowa.... 

Arcada 

Attauum. 



County. 

..Walla Walla 

Mason 

Y'akima 



Battle Mountain Humboldt 

BAT TLE MOUNTAIN... Lan'r 

BELLMON T Nye 

BEOWAWE Lander 

Bullion Elko 

Buel Elko 

Camp Halleck Elko 

CARLIN Lander 

'■*Canon City Orrnsby 

CHERRY CREEK W. Pine 

Clover Valley Lincoln 

COR.VUCOI'IA Elko 

COLUMBUS 

Crystal Peak Washoe 

DAYTON Lyon 

Diamond Mountain W. Pine 

Dry Creek Elko 

Dun Glen Humboldt 

Duck water Nye 

Egan Can von Elko 

ELKO Elko 

Ellsworth ...Nye 

EMPIRE < I l'Y Orrnsby 

•-EUILEKA Lander 

Franktown Washoe 

GALENA Humboldt 

Gi noa Douglas 

Glenbrook Douglas 

G >LD HILL -Storey 

GOLCONDA Humboldt 

Gravelly Ford Lander 

Halleck Elko 

HAMILTON Lander 

Hiko Lincoln 

Hot Creek Nye 

HOT SPRINGS Churchill 

Humboldt House Humboldt 

Hunter's Washoe 

lone City Nye 

Lamoille Elko 

Latchie Wood 

Mason Vallev Esmeralda 

MINERAL HILL Elko 

MILL CITY Humboldt 

Montezuma Nye 

Oreana Humboldt 

PALISADE Lander 

Paradise Valley Humboldt, 

Pine ( 'reek Nye 

Pine Grove Esmeralda 

PIOCHE .Lincoln 

•■•RENO Washoe 

Reviile Nye 

Rnhv Vallev Elko 

RYE VALLEY Humboldt 

San Antonio Nye 

Shelburue 

Sheridan Douglas 

Sherman town White Pine 

SILVER CITY' Lyon 

Silver Peak Esmeralda 

Silver Zone Elko 

South Fork Elko 

SPRUCE MOUNT Eiko 

Sutro Lyon 

Sweetwater Esmeralda 

Tecoma ..Elko 

T.OANO Elko 

Treasure City Wiiue Pine 

Twin Rivers Nye 

Tuscarora Elko 

Unionville Humboldt 

Vanderbilt Lander 

VERDI 

* Virginia Cily Storey 

Waconda Marion 

WADSWORTH Washoe 



Battle Ground Clarke 

Beaver Thurston 

Blakley Kb sap 

Black River King 

Block House Klikitat 

Boistfort Pacific 

Brook Held Pacific 

Bruceport Lewis 

Brush Prairie Clarke 

Carrol ton Cowlitz 

Cascades Skamania 

( 'a.stle Rock Cowlitz 

Cathlamet Wakiakum 

Cedarville Chehalis 

Chinook Pacific 

Columbus Klikitat 

Cha-we-lah Stevens 

Chehalis Lewis 

Chehalis Point Chehalis 

Claquato Lewis 

Coupeville Island 

Ooveland Island 

Cowlitz Lewis 

Delta Walla Walla 

Eagle Cliff. Wakiakum 

Ellen burgh Yakima 

Ellis Pierce 

Elma Chehalis 

Ewartsville Whatcom 

Ewartsville Whitman 

Fall City King 

Fidalgo Whatcom 

Fort Colville Stevens 

Fort Simcoe Yakima 

Franklin Pierce 

Freeport Cowlitz 



Gleneden 

Goldendale . 
Guemes 



Lewis 

Klikitat 

.Whatcom 



Hangman's Creek Stoven 

Hoquiam Chehalis 

Kalama Clarke 

Kittitas Yakima 

Knappton Pacific 

Koimewock Yakima 

La Conner Whatcom 

Lewis River Clark 

Lopez Island Whatcom 

Lowell Snohomish 

Lower Cuwliiz Cowlitz 

Martin's Bluff Clarke 

Miami Prairie Thurston 

Moutesano Chehalis 

M mtirrllii I lowlitz 

Mok See Y'akima 

Mount ( 'ollin Cowlitz 

Mukilteo Snohomish 

Nanum Y'akima 

Napa vine Lewis 

Newaukum Lewis 

New Dungeness Clallam 

Nooksachk Whatcom 

Oak Point Cowlitz 

Oakland Mason 

Oakville Chehalis 

Olympia Thurston 

Orcas Island Whatcom 

Oysteroille Pacific 

Palouse Whitman 

Pataha Walla Walla 

Path Walla Walla 

Pekin Clarke 

Pioneer Clarke 

Pleasant Grove Yakima 

Port Angelos Clallam 

Port Discovery lefferson 

Port Ludlow lefferson 

Port Madison Kitsap 

Port Orchard Kitsap 

-■Port Toivnsrnd Jefferson 

Port William Kitsap 

Pumphrey'sL'dg Cowlitz 

Riverside Pacific 



Samlsh Whatcom 

San Juan Whatcom 

Satsop Chehalis 

Seal lock Kitsap 

^Seattle King 

Selah Yakima 

Sharon Chehalis 

She i wood's Mills Mason 

Skokomish Mason 

Skookumchuck Lewjs 

Sqagit Whatcom 

Skamokwa Washknakum 

Slaughter King 

Snohomish City Snohomish 

Snoqualmie King 

Squak King 

Staughton Clarke 

'•SteUacoom Pierce 

Stubblefield Stevens 

TACOMA Pierce 

Tauchet Walla Walla 

Teekaiet Kitsap 

Tennio Thurston 

Tukanon Walla Walla 

Tulalip Snohomish 

Tumwater Thurston 

Tygh Valley Wasco 

T'n ion Flat Stevens 

Union Ridge Clarke 

Unity Pacific 

Utsalady Island 

* Vancouver Clarke 

WAITSBURG 

••■ Walla Walla Walla Walla 

Walker's Prairie Stevens 

WALLULA Walla Walla 

Walton Whitman 

Waterford Wakiakum 

Whatcom Whatcom 

White River King 

White Salmon Skamania 

Win lock Lewis 

Woodward's Lauding.... Pacific 

Yakima Y'akima 

Y'elm Thurston 



Utah Ter. 



Name. County. 

Adams ville Beaver 

Alpine City Utah 

Alma Weber 

ALTA Salt Lake 

American Fork Utah 

Anna Bella Sevier 

• : Braver Beaver 

Bear Valley City Box Elder 

Bellevue Washington 

BINGHAM CAN YON.s Lake 

Bloomington Rich 

Bripham Ctty Box Elder 

Buhion Pi Ute 

Call's Fort Box Elder 

Cedar City Iron 

Cedar Valley Utah 

Centre ville Davis 

Chicken Creek Juab 

Circle Valley Linn 

Clark ston Cache 

Clifton Cache 

Coalville Summit 

CORINNE Box Elder 

Croydon Morgan 

Deep Creek Tooele 

Deer Creek Utah 

De we v ville Box Elder 

DIAMOND Juab 

Draper Salt Lake 

Duncan's Retreat Wash' ton 

Echo City Summit 

Eden Webber 

Emmaville Salt Lake 

Enterprise Morgan 

Epbarim ..San Pete 

Eureka Juab 

Fairfield Utah 

l<'ariitiiiulou Davis 

Fayette San Pete 

Fillmore City Millard 

Fort Hamblin Washington 

Fountain Green San Pete 

Franklin Cache 

Glendale Kane 

Goshen Utah 

Grafton Kane 

Grants ville Tooele 

-■Ureal Salt. Lake City S Lake 

Glen wood Sevier 

Gunnison San Pete 

Hamilton's Fort Iron 



Harrisburg Washington 

Heber Wasatch 

Hebron- Washington 

Herriman Salt Lake 

Hillsdale Kane 

Holden Millard 

Hooper Weber 

Huntsville Weber 

Hyde Park Cache 

Hyum Cache 

Invernry Sevier 

Iron City Iron 

JACOB CITY Tooele 

Johnson Kane 

Kanab Kane 

K ELTON Box Elder 

Kanaraville Iron 

Knosh Millard 

Kamas Summit 

Kaysville Davis 

Lake Point Tooele 

Laketown Kich 

Laurence J nab 

LEHI CITY Utah 

Leeds Washington 

Levan Juab 

Lewiston Utah 

Lida Esmeralda 

Logan Cache 

Lynn Weber 

Manli San Pete 

Marysvale Pi Ute 

Meadow Millard 

Mention. Cache 

Midway Wasa'ch 

Millvilie Cache 

Mill Creek Salt Lake 

Miners ville Heaver 

Mount Carmel Kane 

Mono (nab 

Monroe Sevier 

Morgan Morgan 

Moroni San Pete 

Mount Pleasant San Pete 

Newton Cache 

New Harmony Washington 

North Ogden Weber 

NEPHI 

Oak City Millard 

Ogden City Weber 

OPHXR Tooele 

Oxford Cache 

Pahreah Kane 

l';i nacca Washington 

Panquich Kane 

Paper Mill salt Lake 

Paradite Cache 

Paragoonah Iron 

Parowan Iron 



Pauqnich Kane 

Pavson Utah 

Petersburg Millard 

Pnoa Summit 

Pine Valley Washington 

Pinto Washington 

Plain City Weber 

Pleasant Grove Utah 

Portage Box Elder 

Providence Cache 

Provo City Utah 

Richfield Sevier 

Richmond Cache 

KIVERDALE Weber 

Rockport Summit 

Rockville Millard 

Saint John Tooele 

Salem Utah 

Salina Sevier 

SOU ''ink Juab 

Sandy Salt Lake 

Santaquin Utah 

Scipio Millard 

SILVER CITY Juab 

Slaterville Weber 

Smithfield Cache 

south Cottonwood Salt Lake- 
Spanish Fork Utah 

Spring City S.m Pet.- 

Spring Lake Utah 

Springdate Kane 

Springvitle Utah 

",sv. George Washington 

star ( !itv Beaver 

s n i, K ION Tooele 

Stoker Davis 

Shonesburg Kane 

Summit Iron 

TA BRACE Box Elder 

Toquersville Washington 

Tooele City Tooele 

Unitah Weber 

Union Salt Lake 

Virgin City Washington 

Wales San Pete 

Wallsburg Wasatch 

Wanship Sun unit 

Washington Washington 

Wei Is ville Cache 

West Jordan ..Utah 

Willard Box Elder 

Wirsor Eat it- 
Woods Cross Davis 



Arizona Ter. 

Name. County. 
Apache Pass Pina 



Apache Yavapai 

Beale Springs Mohave 

Camp Verde Yavapai 

Cerbat Mohave 

Chloride Mohave 

Crittenden Pima 

EIIRENBERG Yuma 

East Phoenix Maricopa 

-•Florence Pima 

Fort Mohave Mohave 

Gila Bend Pima 

Hayden's Ferry Maricopa 

Kirkland Valley Yavapai 

Maricopa Wells Pima 

Marys ville Maricopa 

Mineral Park Mohave 

Monument Pima 

Parker Yuma 

Phcenix Yavapai 

:: Prescott Yavapai 

San ford Pima 

San Pedro Pima 

Tucson Pima 

Tubac Pima 

Wickenburg Yavapai 

Wilson Yavapai 

4-YUMA Yuma 



Idaho Ter. 



Name. County. 
Atlanta Alturas 

* Boise City Ada 

C'cntn -ville Boise 

Corbett's Station Oneida 

Eagle Rock Oneida 

Elk City Nez Perees 

Emmettsville Ada 

Fairview Owyhee 

Folks' Store Ada 

Fish Haven Oneida 

Florena Idaho 

Gentile Valley Oneida 

Georgetown Oneida 



Horse Shoe Bend Boll 

"Idaho City P,ol 

Indian Creek Wtur 

Indian Valley A 

John Day's Creek Idal 

Lapwai Nez I'erc 

Leesburg I.< m 

& Lewiston Nez Pea 

Liberty Onei 

Loon Creek I.eni 

Lower Boise A- 

Malade City Onei 

Manuel Ranch Nez I'erc 

Market Lake Onei 

Middleton ■ 

Montpelier One! 

Mount Idaho _><(•/. Pea 

Newsom Creek Nez Perc 

Ovid Onei 

Palouse Bridge Nez IVrc 

Paradise Valley Nez P<-rc 

Paris Onei 

Payette Store A 

Payetteville A 

Pen d'Oreille Knotet 

Pierce i litv Shosho 

PIONEER VILLE Bo ; 

I'LACERVILLE Boi 

Quartz'ourg Bo 

Rockv Bar Altui 

Ross Fork Onei 

Saint Charles Onei 

Salmon City Leu 

Salubria A 

Silver City Uwyb 

Slate t Ireek Ida 

SodaSprings Onei 

Squaw Creek Bo 

Thome Creek Nez Pert 

Washington Ida 

Washo.' i 

Weiser Ranch A 

Weston Onei 

White Bird Ida 



Alaska Ter. 

Ounalaska Ounalaska 1 

Fort Wrangle 1 



TABLE OF RATES OF DOMESTIC POSTAGE. 

The following are the rates of postage on Domestic Mail Mattkr of the different classes: j 

Notk.— All domestic Mail Matter (except newspapers, magazines and periodicals sent to actual subscribers froil 
known office of publication) must bo prepaid by postage stamps. 

A h-tter on which one full rale of postage is prepaid, 1> it on which farther postage is chargeable, will bo forward 
when deposited in a postoffice, chargi d with the unpaid postage to bo collected on delivery. If the postago is left vjho\ 
unpaid, or is prepaid less than one full rate, it will be " held for postage " and sent to the Dead Letter Office, bhoall 
reach its destination by inadvertance, however,it will bo charged with double postage on delivery. " Ono full ralj| 
means, in the case of mail letters or other first-class matter, three ccnis. _ 

If articles chargeable with different rates of postage are sent together in ono package, the higher rate must bo rl 
on tho entire package; but two or more different articles, b»th chargeable with the same rate of postage, may be sen I 
one package on payment of that rate on the wholo package. _ 

The following are kxcludkp prom thk hails: Liquids, Poisons, Glass, Explosive Materials, Books, Pampnll 
Pictures and other publications of an obscene or indecent character; all letter? upon tlio envelopes of which, and postal cm 
upon which, scurrilous epithets are Written or printed or engraved; or disloyal devices printed or engraved; and 1 
articles which from their form or nature are liablo to destroy, deface or injuro tho contents of the mail bags or the pen 
of any one engaged in the postal service. 

Postmasters are not allowed to give credit for postage, nor to deliver any mail matter until all postago duo then 
has been paid. 

FIRST CLASS. 

On letters, sealed packages, mail matter wholly or partly in writing (oxcept book manuscripts and corrected pr: 
sheets passing between authors and publishers, and except local or " drop " letters); on all printed matter so marke I 
to convey any other or further information than i* conveyed by tho original print (except the correction of tvpographl 
errors ; on all matter not otherwise chargeable with letter postage, but which is so wrapped or socurcd that it caij 
be conveniently examined by postmasters without destroying the wrapper or envelope; on all newspapers, magaz I 
iiihI periodicals sent from publishers to subscribers anil enclosing any article whatever except bona fide supplemMI 
bills and n eeipts for subscription; and on all packages of matter not in itself chargeable with letter postage, but in wll 
is enclosed or concealed any letter or other thing chargeablo with letter postago— 3 Cents for each half ounce or /Jl 
Hon thereof— weight of packages limited to four pounds. I 

On local or "drop" letters at offices where free delivery by carriers is established— 3 Cents for each half-ou* 
or fraction thereof— woight of packages limited to four pounds. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Notb. — Mailable matter of this class embraces all newspapers, magazines and periodicals exclusively in print | 
regularly issued at stated periods from a known office of publication, and addressed to regular subscribers. 

Tho postage on this class of matter must bo prepaid for not less than ono quarter (three months) nor more than j 
year, commencing at any time, and tho payment may bo made either at tho office of mailing or at tho office of deliver; f 

Postage on Daily Papers, not over 4 oz. in weight, to subscribers, when prepaid quarterly or yearly in adva I 
cither at the mailing office or office of delivery per garter (throo months) 3o cents. 



b times per week, per quarter (three months) 30 cents ; Tri-Woekly, 15 eonts ; Semi- Weekly, 10 cents ; Weekly, 5 
1 p„,t,-- pit Ou vRTEE (to bo paid quarterlv or yearly in advance) on Newspaprrs and Periodicals issued less fre- 
lh?thrni'n,,rp aweek. sent to actual subscribers in any part of the United btates. 
* l J* , i ™? over 4 o/ -i fonts ; over 4 o/.. and not over 8 o.'.., 12 cents ; over S oz. and not over 12 oz IS cent?. 

n "' r o lr V. / "cents" over 4 ol and not over 8 oz., 6 cents ; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., cents. Quarts! ly, 
Cr 4 oz., 1 cent; over 4 oz, and not over 8 oz., 2 cents; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., o conts. 

THIRD CLASS. 

v, 1T] . -Pnekaees of mailablo matter of this class must be prepaid by stamps, and must not exceed the weight pro- 
B!>y law All packages exceeding the, prescribed weight are unmailable. 

B£ ™m»h^ magazines and periodicals; hand-bills, posters, sheet; 

^■^'.l circular^ prospectuses, books, boo-fc manuscripts, and proof-sheets, printed cards, maps, lithographs, 
Chromolithographs and engravings, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots and scions. 

' 'fi„ flexib - o tterns sample? of ores, metals, minerals and merchandise, sample cards, photographic paper latter 
KJfn^ .tostil envelopes and wrappers, imprinted cards, plain and ornamental paper, photographs, and all other 
6 for v- hi h uth e rTa'teso Postage are not prescribed in this table and which are not by law excluded from the 
Vllrrntt-or "«"■// t,ro ounce* or fraction thereof-weight ol packages hunted to four pounds.. 
l n, ' ' -a ', ,'i • h,r newspapers, (whether transient or addressed to regular subscribers^ ,x,epting weekly papers 
■ , 1 1 ", ,1 ■"liv, red t os IjZ-tibers on prepayment of regular quarterly rates) and on periodicals not. exceeding two 
^m weight, when any oft [he^ame are deposited in a letter-carrier's office for delivery by the office or its earners- 
n:f each. 

REGISTRY DEPARTMENT. 

Lluable letters for anypart of the United States, Canada, Great Britain, the .Italian States or States of the North 
|w Union will bo registered on application at the Office, between the hoars ot 8 o'clock, a. m. and 1 o clock, l>. m. 

THE REGISTRATION FEES, IX ADDITION TO THE RATES OF POSTAGE ON LETTERS OE PACKAGES, ARE: 

| 0„ Domestic ^P^E4^to Panama, New Granada, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales Belgium, the Netherlands. 




1 ''ttl'i-s'to'lk-nmark. Sweden, Norwfty, Russia. Greece, Moldavia, Wallachia, Turkey, (except Alexandria, Lata- 
■rsina, Ketiin, Tripoli,) via North German Union, ouch 8 cents. 
letters to Egypt, each 20 conts. . . _, ,, _ , . . . 

letters to Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Princo Edward's Island, 5 cents, 
letters to Yokohama, (Japan) and Shanghao, (China; via ban Irancisco, 8 cents, 
letters to Prance, 10 conts. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 

stem, as a saf'o and cheap method of Transmitting small sums 
than fifty dollars. Larger amounts can bo transmitted to the 

Over S20 and not exceeding $30 7."> cts. 

Over S 10 and not exceeding 840 SI. 00 

Over $10 and not exceeding §50 1.25 

RATES TO GERMANY. 

On Orders not. exceeding $5 15 cis." 

Over $5 and not exceeding $10 2"> cts. 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20 50 cts. 

Over $20 and not exceeding S-'i0 75 cts.- 

Over $.10 and not exceeding 340 Si. 00 

Over S40 and not exceeding $50 1.25 



Especial attention is called to the Money Order sy 
Igh the mails. Orders are issued in sums ot not more 
person, at the same time, by additional orders. 

RATES. 

rd^rs not exceeding 310 5 cts. 

rd-i '-- over - 10 and not exceeding $20 10 cts. 

rdors over $20 and not exceeding $30 lo cts. 

i,l irs over $ 10 and not. exceeding $40 20 cts. 

rders over $10 and not exceeding $50 2o cts. 

Fe.-.S FOR THE ISSUE OF ENGLISH AND SWISS 

International Postal Orders. 

•rders not exceeding $10 2"> cts. 

r $10 and not exceeding $20 o0 cts. 

No fraction of cents to be introduced in an order. 
United States Treasury notes or National Bank notes 



only received or paid. 



FOREIGN MAILS. 



Povisions of the new Postal Convention between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
° ilU cl Ireland and German Empire, including Austria and Countries beyond. 



COUNTRIES. 



,t Britain and Ireland 

■rmnn EnipireuncludingAustria&Hungary) 
(fepoark 



reden 

trway 

lssiu 

hritzwland 

reeee 

My 

■Igiuni 

lollatidor the Netherlands., 

imada 

-ance 



Letters,— per single rate 
of 15 grammes, | !■>, oz.\ 
or fraction thereof. 



Bv T)irect 
Mail. 



Ulospd Mail 
via England 



Newspapers— if 
not over I oz. 
Pre- payment 
compulsory. 



Rooks Pickers ' Patt'ns and Samps 
s ' of r.Idse.. including 



Prints, V -"■ oz. 
Pre - payment 
compulsory. 



eedsand Grain, per 
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a.— Book Packets and Patterns, under 1 oz. in weight, 2 conts ; over 1 and under 2 oz., 4 cents ; over 2 and under 4 
I, G cents; and cents for each additional 4 oz. or fraction thereof. 



Xo Book Packets must exceed two feet in length, or ono foot in width or depth, nor exceed twenty-four oun 
weight; except to Germany. 

* Indicates that prepayment on letters is optional ; but letters forwarded unpaid or insufficiently ix/i'l are s 
to a fine at the office of delivery, and will bo charged about double tho original postage required. Printed matter m 
fully prepaid in all cases. 

Postal Cards will be forwarded to Germany, Austria, Switzerland and <J»nada only, if an ordinary ono cent pi 
stamp is affixed in addition to tho stamp printed on the card. 

English Closed Mails, via New York, closes Monday, Wednesday and Friday, of each woek, at p. M. 

MAILS FOR FRANCE. 

f Thi new Postal Convention b?tween tho United States and Franco, was carried into operation on the J 
August, 1674. It fixes the postage on letters at 9 cents per % ,oz., on letters, prepayment optional, and '•> cents fo 
Newspaper. Tho fee on registered letters is 10 conts. 

SOUTH AMERICA AND WEST INDIES. 

Mails for South America and West Indies, via New York and St. Thomas, close at Baltimore Post Office on tb 
of each month, at 9 p. M. Postage by this route to Brazil is 15 cents. Papers 3 cents. Montevideo, Uruguay and; 
West Indies, 18 cents. Papers 4 cents, except to St. Thomas, to which island the postage id 10 cents. Papers 2 cent 
must bo fully prepaid. 

Mails fur Peru, Chili, via Aspinwall and Panama, are forwarded per Steamers sailing twice or three lime 
month, and are to bo fully prepaid, at follows : Peru, 22 conts; Ecuador, 20 cents; Panama, Aspinwall, lit cents, on lc 
2 cents on Newspapers. 

Havana Mails, via Now York, close on Monday and Wednesday of each iveek at 9 i\ m. Direct from Baltim 
or about the 1st and loth of each month, at 1 P. M. Postage 10 cents on letters, and 2 cents for each paper. 

MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. 

Correspondence for China, Japan, Australia, Fiji Islands, etc., marked " via San Francisco." will be forwar 
10 cents per half-ounce on letters, and 2 cents foreach Newspaper. New Zealand, New South Wales, at 1:: cnt! 
ounce, and 2 cents for each Newspaper. Sandwich Islands. Vancouver Island and British Columbia, U cents oirl 
and 2 cents on papers, and should be mailed not later than tho 8th and 22nd of each month, to reach the steamerd , 
from San Francisco on or about tho 1st and loth of each month. 

STAMPED ENVELOPES. 

The attention of tho public is called to the advantage of using Stamped Envelopes rather than Postage S' 
Daily, numbers of letters are dropped in the Post Office without prepayment, with ttevenue Stamps, and Stamps cu 
Stamped Envelopes affixed, which are held for postage ; whereas, by the use of Stamped Envelopes, those Kit is wi 
forward without delay. 

Persons purchasing Stamped Envelopes of any denomination, in quantities of 501 and upwind, ma'.- have 
names and request to return in a specified time printed thereon— not to exceed four lines— froo of charge. The I 
ment oilers unusual inducements to the public in the sale of Stamped Envelopes. 

KtS" The ttules of tho Offico, made in pursuance of instructions from the Post Office Department, forbid porgt- 
in its immediate employ, or otherwise connected with its official transactions, from entering upon tho floor. It is 
that no one, whatever his position, will attempt to violate these rules. 

Persons having grievances against tho Office, on any account, will please report the fact in writing, or in per 
the Postmaster or chief clerk. 

ENDORSED OR REQUEST LETTERS. 

Any letter on which tho postage is prepaid, having endorsed upon tho outside thereof, in writing or in pri 
name and addro-s of the writer, if not called for at tho Post Offico at. which it is directed within thirty days, or ° 
time the writer may direct, will be returned to tho writer without additional postage, and without a specified rec 
such return being endorsed thereon. 

POSTAL RULES. 

Many errors occur by persons not observing tho following regulations in depositing letters, papers, or miscell 
publications in the Offico for mailing. 

MONEY SHOULD NEVER BE ENCLOSED IN AN ORDINARY LETTER. 

Direct letters plainly to the Street and Number, as well as the Post Office, County and State. IV insortin 
letters the County in which the office is located, many errors in superscription might be detected, and mistakes in r 
avoided. 

Head letters with tho writer's Post Office and State, Street and Number. Sign them with full name, and ) 
that answers be directed accordingly 

lull payment by Stamps required on all transient printed matter, foreign and domestic. 

All letters not prepaid by stamps, all such as are received in the Office with Stamps cut from Stamped Envefl 
witli such Postage Stamps as were in use prior to ISil, or with Revenue Stamps on them, are treated as" unmuilabli 
aro sent to the Dead Letter office. 

Valuable letters should in all cases bo Registered; and when money is designed to bo transmitted, Postal 
Orders (to secure safety in transmission) should, when practicable, bo obtained. 

A letter once delivered to any one authorized to receive it, cannot be forwarded without additional postage. 

THE FOLLOWING CLASSES OF LETTERS ARE NOT ADVERTISED. 

Drop Letters unless three cent Posfngo Stamp is affixed. Letters bearing requests to bo returned to tho writ 
bearing the name and address of tho writer. Box Letters, Postal Cards, Loiters directed and sent to Hotels, ana 
roturned to the Post Offico as unclaimed. Letters returned from the Dead Letter Office to writers. Circulars, tree 
ages containing printod documents, spooches, and other printed matter. Official letters from any department 
government. 

CITY DELIVERY. 

Tho public nro requested to adopt tho houso-door letter boxes, the use of which will result in greatly in< 
rapidity in the delivery of letters. 

Free delivery of letters by faithful Carriors will bo secured by having them plainly addressed to tho stn 
number. 

No necessity exists for persons calling at the offico, as all may have thoir mail matter left at their residence rog 
without risk or charge. 



tfATORIAL DISTRICTS OF STATE, 
the number of Senators and Assembly- 
men each District elects; also the number 
elected by each County separately. 



tSA>" Diego and Sax Bernardino. 

Diego 

San Bernardino 



jOS Angeles 1 

pnreuRA, Santa Barbara 

and San Luis Obispo 1 

[Ventura and Santa Barbara 

Luis Obispo 

lare, Inyo, Fresno, Mono 

and Kern 1 



\Jnyo and Mono.. 
Tulare and Kern. 



■aRIPOSA, MkRCED AND STANISLAUS 1 

i and Merced 



uslaus . 



Santa Cruz and Monterey 1 

S.inla Cruz 

■ y 



arTA Clara and San Benito. 
'lara 



t San Francisco and San Mateo.... 1 
' San Mateo 

9 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th, S. FranciscoIO 

!p, Alameda 2 

jji, Contra Costa and Marin 1 

ra Costa 



h, San Joaquin and Amador 1 

<] San Joaquin 1 

Amador 

h, Tuolumne and Calaveras 1 

nunc 

I Calaveras 

h, Sacramento 2 

a, Solano and Yolo 1 

w 1 

Yolo 

h, Napa, Lake and Sonoma 1 

Napa 

Lake 

S NOMA 1 

r , Placer 1 

i, El Dorado and Alpine 1 

■ h. Nevada and Sierra 1 

A ada 1 

Sierra 



25th, Tuba and Sutter 1 

Tuba 2 

Sutter 1 

26th, Butte, Plumas and Lassen 1 

Butte 2 

Plumas and Lassen 1 

27th, Humboldt, Klamath, Mendocino 

and Del Norte 1 

Klamath and Del Norte 1 

Humboldt and Mendocino 1 

28th, Siskiyou, Trinity and Shasta.... 1 

Siskiyou 1 

Trimly and Shasta .-.. 1 

29th, Colusa and Tehama 1 1 

40 80 



POPULATION OF THE EARTH. 

The following table, giving the population of the 
earth, is from a report just issued by the United 
States Bureau of Statistics. The figures are bor- 
rowed chiefly from the work ofDrs. Behmand Wag- 
ner, issued this year at Gotha, and are founded on 
the most recent authorities. 

The aggregate population of the 

Ear-h is 1,391,0 - 

Asia contains 7M,OOD,000 

Europe , 300,500,000 

Africa 208, ." ll ' 

America M,5U0,000 

In Europe the leading nations are accredited with 
the following numbers : 

Russia 71,000.000 

German Empire 41,000,000 

France..' 56,000,000 

Austro-Hungarv 36,0 

Great Britain and Ireland 32,0 

Italy (nearlyj .T.oooooo 

Spain 16,500,000 

Turkey nearly) 16,00 

The other countries do not exceed five millions 
(5,000,000) each. 

In Asia the numbers are as follows : 

China ! 425,000,000 

Hindoostan 240,0 

Japan 33,00l),000 

East India islands 30,500,000 

Burniah, Shun and the larther Indies 

(nearlyj 23, ; 

Austria .". 1.674,000 

Polynesian Islands (New_ Zealand and 

New Guinea being included) 2,733,000 

In Africa the chief divisions are 

West Soudan and the central African 

region, with 89,000,000 

Central Soudan region 

South Africa - .. 

The Galla countrv and the region Ea~t 

of the White: Siles 15,0 

Samauli 

Egypt 8,500,000 

Morroco 

In America two-thirds of the population is north 
of the Isthmus of Darien, being divided as follows : 

The United States 

Mexico above' 9,000,000 

British Provinces 4,00 

North America is given at (nearly) 52,1 

South Am-rica 25,500,000 

Of which Bra?il contains 10, 

The West India Islands (over 4,0 

Central American States not quite).... 3,000,000 

According to these tables, London, with 3.254.2(10 
inhabitants, is the most populous city in the world, 
while Philadelphia, with 674,022 inhabitants (in 
1870), is the eighteenth city in point of population. 



Following are the eighteen cities, in their respective 
order : 

London 3,254,260 

Sutchan (China) 2,000,000 

Paris 1,851,7^2 

Pekin (China) 1,300,000 

Tschantschau-fu 1,000,000 

Canton 1,000,000 

New York 942,292 

Tienesin E00,000 

Vienna 8;;4,284 

Berlin 82-5,5541 

Hangkan 800,000 

Tschiengtu-.il 800,000 

Calcutta 71.1,1)4", 

Yokia (YeddoJ 074,447 

Philadelphia 074,022 

Of cities smaller than Philadelphia the leading 
ones are : 

St. Petersburg 6(17,963 

Bombay 644,405 

Moscow (ill, '.'70 

Constantinople 600,000 

Glasgow 547,538 

Liverpool 493,405 

Rio do Janeiro 420,000 



MARINE DISTANCES. 



Now York to Kingston 

Now York to Aspinwall 

Now York to Havana 

Panama to San Francisco 



MILKS. 

... 1,420 

.. 1,989 

... 1,350 

... 3,220 



Now York to San Francisco 5,209 

San Francisco to Yokahama 4,750 

Now York to Yokahama 9,950 

Yokahama to Hongkong 1,602 

Shanghai to Hongkong 800 

New York to Hongkong 11,579 

Liverpool to Aspinwull 4,650 

Yokahama to Shanghai ] ,210 

Now York to Shanghai 11,169 

Southampton to Aspinwall 4,590 

Hamburg to Aspinwall 5,073 

London to Aspinwall 4,643 

Bremen to Aspinwall 5,023 

Havre to Aspinwall 4,593 

New York to Liverpool :i,04Q 

Now York to London .",,160 

New York to Southampton 3,110 

New York to Hamburg :!,5J0 

New York to Bremen .'!,540 

Now York to Haw 3,115 

New York and Sh Fr nciseo via Straits 

of Magellan a i Panama 14,700 



DISTANCES BETWEEN THE EAS 
AND WEST BY RAIL. 

MILES 

New York to San Francisco 'v'Oy 

New York to Yokahama 7,520 

Now York to Shanghai 8,-59 

New York to Melbourne 10,300 

San Francisco to Chit-ago '_', 10j 

San Francisco to Pittsburg 2,868 

San Francisco to Bo«ton via .New York ... ,546 
San Francisco to Philadelphia via N. Y.... 3,49 
San Francisco to Omaha 1,912 



THE STATES OF THE UNION. 



Apportionment for Congreumcn. 



STATICS. 
(37) 



< cr'S 

to" 



Alabama 50, 

Arkansas 52, 



California.. 

i lonnecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Ma 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 
New Jersey 

New York 

North < larollna.... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South < larollna 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West \ 'li 

Wisconsin 



I§£- 



996,992 

484,171 

560,247 

537,454 

125,015 

187,748 

1,184,109 

2,539,891 

1,680,637 

1,194,020 

364,399 

1,321,011 

726,915 

780394 
1,457,351 
1,184,059 

439,706 

827,922 
1,721,295 

122 993 
42,491 

318,300 

906.0 16 
4,382,759 
1.071,361 
2,665,260 

90.923 

3,521,951 

217.353 

705,606 

1,258.520 

818,579 

1,225,163 

442.01 I 
1,054,670 



Total 

Territories. Capitals. 

Alaska sitka. 

Arizona fucson. 

Colorado Denver. 



2 1,24! 
82,078 

16,445 
10,529 
61,201 
13.088 
37,! si 
111,945 



38,115,641 -ii. 

Ti :ei rORIES. 

Dal ol tl) 

[daho 

I iidian 



& 



54,267 
80,446 

21.517 
i:t;i,l2.i 



53 073 
96.709 

105,741 
64,537 

104,392 
95,049 

108,986 
53,510 
88.215 

1II7.51H 

It .'ill 
67,459 
35,681 
19,872 

105.195 



18,950 
98.016 
73,158 
12S,1 (i 
106,435 



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Slate (iovprnmeiits. 



CAPITALS. 



Montgomery 

Little Rock 

Sacramento 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallanasse 

Atlanta 

Springfield 

Indianapolis 

Des Moines 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

New i irleans 

Augusta 

Annapolis 

Boston 

Pausing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefferson City 

Lincoln 

( 'arson ( 'ity 

Concord 

Trenton 

Albany 

Raleigli 

Columbus 

Salem 

Ilarrishnrg 

Newp'ri <fi Provd. 

Columbia 

Nashville 

.Austin 

Montpelier.. 

Richmond 

i Iharlrston 

Madison 



Governors 




Term 




Expires. 




f. 


Nov. 1874 


J4.0C0 


Jan. 1877 


5.000 


Dec. 1875 


7. ni M 


May 1874 


2, 


Jan. 1875 


1,323 


Jan. 1877 


5,000 


Jan. 1877 


4,000 


Jan. 1877 


2.500 


Jan. 1S77 


3,000 


Jan. 1S76 


2,500 


Jan. 1875 


3.C00 


Sept.ls7l 


5,000 


Jan. 1S77 


8,000 


Jan. 1S7.> 


2,500 


Jan. 1876 


4,5011 


Jan. 1875 


5, 


Jan. 1S75 


1.000 


Jan. 1876 


3,000 


Jan. 1878 


3,000 


Jan. 1S75 


5. ill li 


Jan. 1875 


l.i 


Jan. 1s7l 


6,000 


Jan. 1874 


M ii in 


Jan. IS75 


3.1 00 


Jan. 187o 


4,000 


Jan. ls77 


5.MIII 


Jan. 1870 


4,000 


SepM87fi 


1,500 


Jan. 1876 


5,000 


May 1 74 


1,000 


Jan. 1872 


4,0 ii 


Jan. 1873 


3,000 


Jan. 1878 


5,1 .in 


Oct. 1874 


l.i 00 


Jan. 1S7S 


5,000 


Mar. 1874 


•j.i, io 


Jail. 1876 


r,.'ii m 



Legislatures 
Meet. 



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Territories. capitals. 

Montana Virginia ( !itv. 

New Mexico s mta Fe. 

i'tah Salt Lake City. 



Tehhitorius. CaF 

Washington Ol.' 

Wyoming Che: 

District Columbia. Waslii 



I. CHAPPELLET, Asphaltum Sidewalks and Koofing, 172 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 25 



ALAMEDA COUNTY 

Occupies a central position from north to south, and lies close to the western boundary of the 
State, being some twelve miles only from the Pacific Ocean at its nearest approach. It 
extends along the Bay of San Francisco from its northern to its southern extremity, a distance 
of nearly fifty miles. For this reason it is frequently called a bay county. The northern 
part of the county is narrow until the middle is reached, where it extends out into the foot- 
hills and across the Contra Costa Eange to the Valley of the San Joaquin. It is bounded on 
the north by Contra Costa County, east by Contra Costa and San Joaquin, south by Santa 
Clara County and San Francisco Bay, and west by San Francisco Bay; containing an area 
of about 800 square miles. 

The- surface is very beautifully diversified, consisting of plain, valley, hill, mountain and 
all that varied formation which is necessary for the blending into one form all this wonderful 
natural scenery. 

This county is abundantly supplied with water. Many living springs are found among 
the foot-hills and mountains, which, combining, form the many sparkling streams that cross 
the different parts of the valleys, and, finally, empty into the bay. 

The towns, of which a complete list will be given, are rapidly growing from small settle- 
ments into places of manufacturing and commercial interests. Several of them already 
numbering inhabitants by thousands, where, but a few years ago, they were counted by tens. 

To mention and describe them separately would he but a repetition of merits. 

The number following the name indicates the distance from Oakland. 

Alameda, 2 S.; Altamont, 39 E.; Alvarado, 16 S.E.; Berkeley, 5 N.; Centerville, 21 
S.E.; Dublin, 29S.E.; Decota, 18S.E.; Haywards, 14S.E.; Livermore, 41 S.E.; Midway, 
49S.E.; Mt. Eden, 20 S.E.; Mission San Jose, 29 S.E.; Niles, 22 S.E.; Newark, 20 S.; 
Pleasantdn, 31 S.E.; San Leandro, 9 S.E.; San Lorenzo, 11 S.E.; Sunol, 30 S.E.; Union 
City, 17 S.E.; "Washington Corners, 25 S.E. 

This is one of the first counties in the State, as regards the number and general intelli- 
gence of its people, the quality and extreme fertility of its soil, and general improvements 
throughout its territory. Here are found such home comforts and adornments as are to be 
seen only where intelligence and financial prosperity are combined. The magnificence and 
usual good taste of the many palatial residences of her honored citizens are unsurpassed, 
whilst the variety and beauty of natural and cultivated trees and flowers are not excelled 
anywhere in the world. 

It is indeed the home of many of the merchant princes of the metropolis, as well as of 
her own prosperous business men. 

The people are engaged in all the known methods of accumulating wealth. Farming, 
manufacturing, merchandizing, shipping, horticulture, fruit-growing, stock-raising, mining, 
fine arts, professional employments, etc., etc. 

The farmers produce great crops of wheat, barley, corn, oats, hay, potatoes, etc., and 
raise sheep of the best thorough-bred fleece-growers, as well as those that make the choicest 
mutton. 

Manufacturing embraces shops and machinery for the building of all kinds of agricul- 
tural implements of the most approved patterns ; all classes of vehicles, from the farm wagon 
to the finest carriage or barouche ; earthenware for every desirable purpose ; furniture of the 
most substantial and superb designs ; builders' materials in every shape and form ; brooms, 
cordage, artificial stone, etc. The salt manufactories are rather extensive, extending along 
* . . 



DE FOEEEST & GASKILL, General Job Printers, 828 Broadway, Oakland. 



PEOF. VAN DeMARK, Elocutionist, insures good Lung Power. 



26 L. L. PAULSON'S DIEECTOEY 



the bay from near San Lorenzo to Alvarado. Hundreds of tons are here gathered from the 
immense evaporating-pans prepared for the purpose, and sent to the refineries. The process is, 
indeed, very simple. At Spring or high-tide, monthly, large quantities of water from the bay 
are taken into large, shallow ponds, covering in some instances many acres ; here evapora- 
tion and absorption reduce the wate'r to a heavy per cent, of saltness, when it is drawn off into 
pans having earth-hardened bottoms, to complete the evaporation. The salt is then scraped 
from these pans and sent to the refinery. This process is repeated monthly during the dry 
season of the year. During the rainy season more rain falls than would equal the evapora- 
tion, hence the work must be suspended. 

The horticulturists of the county are among the most successful in the State, as can be 
shown by their fine productions to be found in the various markets of the cities and towns. 
Many of these are Portugese, who have been trained especially for this work. 

The fruit-growers produce for the markets the most perfect, delicious, and varied fruits in 
season. 

The educational facilities are the pride of the people. "With a splendid system of com- 
mon schools, under the direct supervision of a County Superintendent, whose time is given 
exclusively to school management ; graded schools in all the important towns ; in some, 
grammar and high-schools, with business colleges, academies, seminary and State university, 
all within her borders, and well managed, if the children do not become learned men and 
women it cannot be for want of opportunities. 

Church organizations, representing all the leading denominations of the world, are so 
located that those who desire may worship with the congregation of their choice. 

Newspapers ably managed and edited with marked ability are issued daily and weekly 
from almost every hamlet of the county. These, with the city papers, keep the people well 
informed of passing events and late discoveries in science and art. 

The spirit of public improvement manifests itself largely in railroads for steam and 
horse ; in a splendid Court-house, costing §200,000, fine school- houses, etc., etc. 

Oakland, the County-seat and principal city, is very beautifully located, just across San 
Francisco Bay from the City of San Francisco, and has a population of nearlj 7 30,000. This 
young city has made very rapid strides from a small and unimportant town to a city whose 
splendor and magnificence, whose commercial and manufacturing interests, present and pros- 
pective, are second only to those of the metropolis. The great natural beauties thatsurround 
it, in mountain, hill, meadow, wood-land, lake and bay, the very salubrious and agreeable 
nature of the climate, and the many arrangements for the comfort of its people, will ever 
make this one of the favored homes of those who know, or may learn, of its wonderful 
charms. 

Schools of the first-class, ably-managed churches of all denominations, ready and cheap 
communication with the great city of the Pacific, all tend to render this the favored nucleus 
around, and in which the millions will cluster in ages to come. Its boundaries are capable of 
almost illimitable extension northward to and beyond the beautiful site of Berkeley ; and 
southward, through East Oakland and Fruit Vale, a fine place for residences. 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, J. ROUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. 



Cemetery Work, at P. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2a and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



27 



624 Market St., opp, JPalace Hotel. 




FOOT-POWER M0RTISIN6 MACHINE, $25 



Wo do not ask you to 
take any risk. We allow 
you to file it and give it a 
good trial, and if found de- 
fective, we will give a new 
one in exchange. 



7isiting Cards, 5 styles, sent free for 50cts. DE FORREST & GASKILL, 828 B'y. 



Stage and Lyceum Aspirants all go to PEOF. VAN DeMARK for Instruction. 



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echanics Tools 9 Hardware, 

624 Market St., cpp. Palace Hotel. 




SCROLL SAW, $30.00. 



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Make your own Fancy Brack- all your own Scroll Sawing and 

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PARLOR 

J&,lEt PISTOL,. 

Shoots Darts or Slugs. A Splendid Indoor Amusement. 

You can become a Crack Shot. 

JAPANNED, $5.00. NICKEL, $6.00. 

a®"" Send for Circular. -%3a 



J. KOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Building Fronts, at P. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY, 



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What you can get at Crosett & Go's Employment Agency, 

623 AND 625 CLAY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 
TO TA.'B.M.^TLS, 



If you want a good Farmer, 

If you want a good Teamster, 

If you want a good Harvest Hand, 

If you want a good Milker, 

If you want a good Butter-maker, 

If you want a good Cheese-maker, 



Send to CROSETT & CO. 

You can find one at CROSETT *k CO'S. 

Select one at CROSETT & CO'S. 

You will find one at CROSETT <fe CO'S. 

Sure to get one at CROSETT <fe CO'S. 

Send to CROSETT & CO'S. 



TO FAMILIES. 

If you want a good Cook, The best place to get one is at CROSETT & CO'S. 

If you want a good Laundress, Select one at CROSETT & CO'S. 

If you want a good Second-Girl, Send to CROSETT & CO'S. 

If you want a good Nurse-Girl, You can always find one at CR.OSETT & CO'S. 
If you want a good Seamstress, The best are to be had at CROSETT & CO'S. 

If you want a good General Servant, You can always find one at CROSETT <fc CO'S. 

TO THE FTTBI-XC. 

Please call and leave your orders at one office, or sent! by niail or telegraph, ami 
we will do our best to till' litem satisfactorily and guarantee prompt and courteous 
attention. Amy parties wbo cannot apeak or write line Rugiish language, can address 
us by letter or in lierson in either German, French, or any of the Scandinavian 
Languages, as a Scandinavian gentleman in our employ, wbo is always to be lound 
in the office, speaks and writes the above-named languages. Respectfully, 

CROSETT & CO,, 

623 & 625 CLAY ST., Next door to Clay Street Bank. 

tm- NO CHARGE TO £jUPI01'EffS."©U 



^ards, Bill and Letter Heads, a specialty, at DE FQREEST <& GASXILL'S, 828 B'y, 



To become good Speakers, secure the Instruction of PROP. VAN DeMAEK. 



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Rooms comfortably famished and the table supplied with 
the best the market affords. 

Close Attention paid to the Wants of Guests. 

Travelers will find good accommodations, and every care 
will be used to render their stay comfortable. 

Guests Received by the Day, Week or Month. 



All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. E0USSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



pacific Stone Manufactur'g Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin, 



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SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, 

532 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Corner of Webb, SAN FRANCISCO, 

DEPOSITS, 30th JUNE, 1876, - - $7,258,025.02 
GUARANTEE CAPITAL i RESERVE FQND, $244,532.84 

DIRECTORS. 

JAMES DeFREMERY, President. ALBERT MILLER, Vice President. 
O. ADOLPHE LOW, CHARLES BAUM, 

ERWIN J. CRANE, WASHINGTON BARTLETT, 

CHARLES PACE, DENIS J. OLIVER, 

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Sen- 

LOVELL WHITE, Cashier <fc Secretary. JOHN ARCHBALD, Surveyor. 



Receives Deposits and Loans Money on Real Estate Security. Country Remittances 
may be sent by Wells, Fargo & Co., or by Checks of reliable parties, payable in San Fran- 
cisco, but the responsibility of the Union commences only with the actual receipt of the money. 

The signature of the depositor should accompany the first deposit. No charge is made 
for pass-book or entrance fee. 

Office Hours — 9 a. m. to 3 p. M. Open Saturday Evenings from 6j to 8$. 




HEW WILSON SEWING MACHINES, 

Frank Leslie's Cut Paper Patterns, 

(Oakland Branch Office,) 
1063 BROADWAY. 

The Wilson has later Improvements, and is sold $20 
less than any other first-class Sewing Machine. 



h:. kt. cook, 

Mamtfacturer of Oak-Tanned 

I<eat^ef Seltir^^ kqd Uo^e, 

415 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

The Finest Lacing in Cut Strings or Sides, always on hand. Mail, Express and Bullion Bags. 



LE FQRKEST & GASKILL, General Job Printers, 828 Broadway, Oakland. 



PROF. VAN DeMARK, Elocutionist, Somerset House, 462 12th St., Oakland 



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EXCBLSIOE OD80VB) WIHD4CILL, 




any other wind-mill, and violent storms will seldom injure them 
a child being able to operate the 



Tho opinion has become too 
prevalent that wind-mills are 
not to be relied upon, either to 
withstand violent storms, or to 
perform their work in very 
light winds. Such opinion is 
doubtless true in regard to 
many, perhaps a majority, of 
mills; nevertheless, it is an in- 
justice to tho few mechanics 
who have made the wind- 
power a study and a specialty 
for many years, to class their 
productions with those of a 
large number, who protend to 
bo wind-mill makers, but who 
comparatively have little ex- 
perience, or practical know- 
ledge of the business. 

We were the inventor! 1 , more 
than ten years ago, of the 
single, cross-vane wind-mill- 
Tho demand for them gradual- 
ly increased until they have 
como into more general use 
than any other mills. Of course, 
other parties were induced to 
make an imitation of them, 
and some to make use of its 
name, " Excelsior." A man is 
desirous of purchasing a wind- 
mill, and starts in pursuit of 
tho factory. Presently ho sees 
a sign "WIND MILLS," 
walks in and inquires, " is this 
the place where they make the 
Excklsior Wind-Mill?" Tho 
answer is, "Yes, sir; 0, yes, wo 
make them," or words to that 
effect, and the gentleman really 
thinks ho is purchasing an 
EXCELSIOR. We have re- 
cently caused the name to bo 
registered in the U. S. Patent 
Otlico as our Trade Mark, and 
hereby caution all persons not 
to make unlawful use of the 
same. 

The EXCELSIOR was a- 
waidod tho first and cash pre- 
mium at tho Cal. State Agri- 
cultural Fair in 1872— tho only 
time ever exhibited there. It 
has taken a larger number of 
premiums at tho Mechanics' 
Institute Fairs in San Francis- 
co, than any other wind-mill. 

The EXCELSIOR is adjus- 
table and self-regulating, is 
very substantially built, and 
with reasonable care will last 
twenty or twenty-five years. 
Its construction is simple, and 
can be easily erected by those 
who are not mechanics. They 
will run in lighter winds than 
They are always under perfect control, 



lie cut, ongravod from a photograph— represents their style and appearance. 
Iney aro made in twelve sizes, from twelve foot to forty feet diameter of wheel. A larger stock and 
assortment kept on hand than can bo found in tho State. Every mill fully guaranteed. 
Horse-Powers, l'umps and Wator Tanks. Address, 



EXCELSIOR WIND MILL WORKS, 

211 & 213 MISSION STEEET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

H. H. BODWELL, Proprietor. 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. 



CHAPPELLET & EERHYMAIT, Asphaltnm Sidewalks and Roofing, 472 7th St. 



CITY OF 




ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



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bet between. 

eor corner. 

E East. 

N North. 



Abbreviations used. 

nr near. 

opp opposite. 

PI Place. 

pres president. 

proptr proprietor. 

res. residence or resides. 



S South. 

sec secretary. 

S. F .San Francisco. 

supt- superintendent. 

W.. West. 

W. West Oakland. 



Aaron, David, peddler, res 855 Clay 
Abbey, Miss Sarah, res 1161 Franklin 
Abbey, Mrs. F. J., res 819 Webster 
Abbey, Richard, miner, res 819 Webster 
Abbott, Jos., cooper, Fifth, bet Jackson and Madi- 
son 
Abbott, E., carpenter, res Fifth, bet Jackson and 

Madison 
Abbott, Mrs. M. M., res 725 Filbert 
Abbot, C. M., oarpenter, res Market, bet 9th and 

10th 
Abele, Mrs. M., midwife, res Chester, bet 3d and 

5th, W. 0. 
Abele, A., res Chester, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 
Abrego, J., hardware merchant, res Wood, bet 

Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
Achard, Chas., carriage trimmer, res 3(57 Eleventh 
Ada, Mrs. M. E., res J ackson, b9t 4th and 5th 
Adams, A. C, attorney, -10 Montgomery Block, S. F., 

res 226 Ninth 
Adams, J. S., physician, res Seventeenth, bot Jef- 
ferson and Clay 
Adams, Lemuel, res Seventeenth, bet Jefferson and 

Clay 
Adams, Miss Mamie M., teacher, Berkeley 
Adams, 0. W., carpenter, res Chase, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Adams, I). L., 753 Webster 
Adams, J. S., physician and surgeon, office 1004 

Bdwy, rooms 6 and 7, res Seventeenth, nr Clay 

Adams, , C. P. K. R., res Sunnyside House 

Adams, R. H., clerk, res Brown, bet Grove and 

Telegraph Ave 
Ahem, Peter, carpenter, res NW cor Seventeenth 

and Jefferson 
Ahern, William, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Ahern, Thomas, carpenter, res Grove, bet 16th and 

17th 
Ahern, John, carpenter, res NW cor Seventeenth 

and Jefferson 
Ainsworth, Peter, slippor manuf, res Twelfth, bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Ainsworth, H. W., shaper, res 661 Washington 
Ajnsworth, A. P., stock speculator, res 586 Tenth 
Aitken, James, boiler maker, res Seward, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Aitken, J. C, machinist, res Seward, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. U. 
Alameda Macadamizing Co., room 3, 954 Broadway 
Ali'.rme, L., barber, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Albrocht, A., confectioner, 226 Battery, S. F., res 

Eighth, bet Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Aldis, Edward, shoe maker, res Eighth, bet Willow 

and Campbell, W. O. 
Aldrich Win., policeman, res San Pablo and Grove 



Aldrich, C A., salesman, cor Fourteenth and Bdwy 
Alexander, Chas. M., salesman, res 1166 Market 
Alexander, L. L., supt Manhattan Marble Co. 
Alexander, Mrs. E., res 625 Tenth 
Alexander, I., boots and shoes, 845 Broadway, res 

Telegraph Road 
Alexander, Henry, clothing and furnishing goods, 

W. 0. 
Alger, George C, carpenter, res bet Filbert and 

Myrtle 
Allen, Mrs. M. B., res Fifth, bet Chester and Custer 
Allen, B. B., conductor C. P. R. R., res Division, bet 

Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Allen, C. M., res 1135 Myrtle 
Allen, George S., salesman, res 814 Fourteenth 
Allen, G. P., boatman, Lake Merritt 
Allen, W. L., butcher, res Linden, bot 28th and 30th 
Allen, Miss B., music teacher, res Valley, bet 23d 

and 24th 
Allen, E., stair builder, res 327 Eleventh 
Allen, C. E., retired merchant, res Seventeenth, bet 

7th and 8th Avs, B. 
Allen, D. P., porter P. Schreiber 
Allen, George, horse shoer, 405 Tenth 
Allen, T. H., blacksmith, Franklin, bet 8th and 9th 
Allen, J. V., painter, res 359 Eleventh 
Allen, M. W., carriage maker, res 368 Tonth 
Allen, W. L., butcher, San Pablo Av, cor Alden 
Allen, Orin, foreman C. P. R. R., res William, bet 

Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Allen, B. K., carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-eighth 

and Filbert 
Aliiot, E., ladies' hairdresser, 963 Franklin 
Alphonse, Vegret, waiter 653 Washington 
Alt, John, painter, res Third, bet Henry and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Ameraux, P., mining engineer, res 959 Jefferson 
Amerman, J., U. S. M. agent, res Poplar, bet 10th 

and 12th, W. 0. 
Ames, H. M., butcher, 14 Central Block, res Web- 
ster, bet 14th and 15th 
Ames, John, clerk Police Court, res North Broad- 
way, bet 21st and 22d 
Amidon, Simeon, driver Whitney's Express, res 867 

Third 
Amidon, John, driver Whitney's Express, ros 367 

Third 
Ainstutz, Chas., watchmaker, 987 Broadway, res 261 

Twelfth 
Alta House, J. M. Steward, proptr, NW cor Eighth 

and Washington 
Althof, H., book bindery, 423 Clay, S. F., res Linden, 

bet 8th and 10th 
Aneon, Frederick, clerk, res SW cor Peralta and 

Fourteenth, W. 0. 



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Thanking the public for past favors, I hope, by fair and honest 

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in the future. 



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AYWARDS, ?|uNE 13TX, 1876 



J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Garden Work. CHAPPELLET & BERRYMAN, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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•A'drich, L.. artesian well borer, res junction San 
Pablo and Grove 

Anderson, J. P., agent Cal. Cracker Co., Fourth, bet 
Br. and Fr. 

And^son, P., carpenter, res Lydia, bet Curtis and 
W est 

Anderson, Geo. D., brick mason, res Filbert, bet 
24th and L'tith 

Anderson, Miss C. E., res XE cor Jefferson and 6th 

Anderson, J. S., miner, res Brush, bet 2d and 3d 

Anderson, William, gentleman's nurse, res 805 
Brush 

Anderreson, A., sea captain, res Third, bet Linden 
and Chestnut 

Anderson, , clerk, B. 

Anderson, Simon, clerk, res Poplar, bet 10th and 
12th, W. 0. 

Anderson, John, carpenter, res Henry, bet '6th and 
7th, Vf.O. 

Anderson. George, expressman, res Atlantic, bet 
Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 

Anderson, Thomas, engineer, res SW cor Cedar and 
>hort, W.u. 

Anderson, Mrs. S., res Tenth, bet Jefferson and 
Clay 

Anderson. John, wheelwright, 716 Franklin 

Anderson, John, tailor, ISO Eighth 

Anderson, A. H., painter, res Seventh, bet Adeline 
and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Andrews, N. G., mining superintendent, res Twen- 
ty-fifth, bet Grove and West 

Andrus, W. K.. carpenter S. F. Manuf. Co.. res 
Tenth and Cypress 

Anthony, A. G., physician, res cor Eighth and Wil- 
low, W. 0. 

Anthony, C. V., M. E. clergvman, res 017 Alice 

Appleton, William, potter, East Twelfth. B. 

Arcelon, Dr. S., res Madison, bet 14th and loth 

Arey, James A., expressman, res Fifth, bet Brush 
and Castro 

Arlett. Benjamin, bricklayer, res Lydia, bet Curtis 
and Market 

Armes, William W., res NWcor Castro and Thir- 
teenth 

Armes, G. W., res Thirteenth, bet Brush and Castro 

Armstrong, Sr., A. B., C. P. R. R.. res S10 Third 

Armstrong, Jr., A. B., C. P. R. R., res 810 Third 

Armstrong, B. A., painter, res North Broadway, bet 
21st and 22 d 

Arnest, J M., res Fifth, bet Filbert and Myrtle 

Arnett, J. G., artesian well borer, res Twenty-fifth, 
nr San Pablo Av 

Arnold, T. J., civil engineer, res 057 Castro 

Arnold, Patrick, clerk, res 323 Fifth 

Arps, John, dairyman, res Filbert, bet 18th and 20th 

Arras Ueorge, lumber yard, res Clay, bet 4th and 
oth 

Arris, George, laborer, res Clay, bet 4th and 5th 

Arthur. D. M., merchant tailor, cor Railroad Av and 
Cedar, A\ . U. 

Artman, P., blacksmith, 90S Front, res 273 Xinth 

Ash. H., tinsmith, S17 Broadway • 

Ashby, James T., carrier, 959 Broadway 

Astern H., laborer, B. 

Atchinson, B. M., dairyman, B. 

Atkinson, Wm., carpenter, res Jackson, bet 2d and 
3d 

Atkins, Robert, res 508 Eighth 

Atkinson, J. W., carpenter, res 261 Eighth 

Atkinson, Mrs. J. W., piano teacher, res 261 Eighth 

Atkinson, G. D., grocer, Broadway ,ibet 14th and 15th 

At will, J. F., res 907 Jackson 

Aud, Royal, clerk Oakland P. O.. res 308 Seventh 

Auld A Barfred, stationerv, 457 Xinth 

AaldR., stationery. 457 Xinth 

Austin . M. E., real estate agency, res 376 Four- 
teenth, B. 

Austin A. C, machinist C. P. R. R.,res Wood, bet 
W llham and Atlantic, W. 0. 

Avenll, E., painter, res 261 Xinth 

Avenll, David, hackdriver, res 261 Xinth 

Avenll, C. H., painter, res 261 Xinth 

Avenll, C. M., drug clerk, res 261 Xinth 

Ayers, R. G carpenter, res SE cor Jefferson and 
sixteenth 

Ayers, D. M livery stable, XE cor Seventeenth and 
ban Pablo Av, res same 

Ayers, W. H contractor, res Twenty-eighth, bet Fil- 
bert and Myrtle 



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GOULD, 



PROPRIETORS OF THE 

OAKLAND CITY FLOURING MILLS 

3d Mreel. near Broadna< , Oakland. 

Manufacturers of Bakers' XXX and Family Flour. Corn 

Meal.OatMeal, Pearl Barley, Rye and Buckwheat 

Flour, Cracked Wheat. Hominy. Split Peas 

and Ground Feed. 



Babcock John, carpenter, res Filbert, bet 28th and 

Babcock L. M. tinsmith, res Thirtieth, bet Adeline 

and Chestnut 
Babcock X. H., tinsmith, res Thirtieth, bet Adeline 

and Chestnut 
BABCOCK. GEORGE, commission merchant, res 

v i ' kirkhain and Poplar, W. O 
Babcock .fc Douglass, plumbers and tinsmiths, 460 

lwelfth 
Babcock L. M. plumbers and tinsmiths, res cor 

Ihirtieth and Chestnut 
Babcock, G W., builder and contractor, B. 
Babcock H. P., physician, office cor Tenth and 

\\ ashington, res 1005 Washington 
Babcock .George L., music teacher, P. O. addres= 

Box 3, Oakland 
Bachelder, P. J., builder, res 719 Xinth 
BACI1MAX J Berkeley Coffee Saloon, Berkeley 
bachelder, \\ ilham, carpenter, res Broadway, bet 

lfeth and 1'tth 
Backes, Peter, saloon keeper, cor Broadway and 

Fitth 
Bacon Miss E., dress maker, Clay, bet 16th and 

1< th 
Bacon, F. M., millwright. B. 
Bacon, WE., clerk 95U Broadway, res Xinth, bet 

franklin and Webster 
Bacon, J. H., confectioner, 965 Broadwav, res 409 

.Ninth 



BACON <Sc I.-STOSJTS. 

C*1*F£NT£US£8UI1D£BS 

OAKLAND, CAL. 
J. E. BA<©.\, T. M. LYOXS, 

Residence, 16th Strpet.bet. Residence, 17th Street, bet 

Cyprus AKirkham. | Kirkham& Cyprus. 

P. O. BOX 657. 



Bacon, J. E., carpenter and builder, res Sixteenth 

bet Cypre.-s and Kirk ham 
Badger, D., miner, Simmons Block, Second 
Badger, W. A., lather, Simmons Block, Second 
Bagge, T. F., res Seventh, bet Center and Kirkham 
Bagge, C., farmer, bW cor Peralta and Fourteenth, 

Baglin, James, grocer, San Pablo Av, bet 2Sth and 

junction Market, res Market, bet 24th and 2 .th 
Bahls, John, bookbinder, 423 Clay, S.F., res Linden, 

betSth and luth 
Bailey, Thomas, painter, res Clay, bet 7th and 8th 
Bailey, \\ illiam, carpenter, res 522 Eighth 
Bailey, R. II.. saloon keeper, res Eighth, bet Chester 

and Peralta, W. O. 
Bailey, J. X., street contractor, cor East Sixteenth 

and Oth Av, B. 
Bailey, James, nursery, res 1115 Third Av, B. 
Bailey, James, gardener, res 464 Third 
Bailey, S., clerk F. L. Courvoieur 
Bailey, W. T.. foreman Oakland Daily Transcript 

911 Broadway, res 368 Fifth 
Baird, Samuel, carpet layer, 1153 Broadway, with 

Starkweather & Son 
Baker, A. P., contractor, res Sixteenth, bet Grove 

and Jefferson 
Baker, J. C, clergyman, res 777 Fourteenth, cor 

\\ est 
Baker, C. Av~., painter, res 956 Franklin 
Baker, A. S., grainer,. res Eleventh, bet Brush and 

Castro 
Baker Bros., picture mounters, Fifth, bet Market and 

Brush 
Baker, L. B., picture mounter. Fifth, bet Market 

and Brush 
Baker, M. S., picture mounter, Fifth, bet Market 

and Brush 



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to their friends and the public generally, that these Gardens have 
undergone extensive and elegant repairs; having built a large and 
very fine 



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Which has been thrown open to the public, together with numerous 
other attractions, such as Shooting Galleries, Bowling Alleys, etc., 
EVERY SUNDAY, during the day and evening. 

A fine Orchestra and Band are engaged to enliven the occasion, 

interspersed with Sparkling Lager Beer, and an elegant repast that 
would please the most fastidious. 

COME ONE ! COME ALL ! j 

You cannot spend a Sunday more pleasantly than by visiting 
this new attraction. The best of order shall prevail, in consequence 
of which this is and will be the most popular resort for men with 
families, who are especially invited. 

All Alameda Trains stop at these Gardens, corner Third and 
Alice streets. 

mSEPM SIMON. 



P. S. — Special terms made with Societies, etc., for Picnics, 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 



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Cemetery Work, at CHAPPELLET <& BERBYMAN'S, 472 7th St. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



Baker, G. A., truckman, res 759 Jefferson 

Baker, Conrad, assayer, 410 Montgomery, S. F., res 

558 Sixth 
Baker, J. Gk, C. P. R. R., res West, bet 17th and 18th 
Baker, Nathan, res NW cor Twelfth and Poplar, W. 

0. 
Baker, 0. 0., machinist, res SW cor Pine and Short, 

W. 0. 
Baker, , whitewashes res Adeline, bet 24th and 

26th, W. 0. 
Baker, Silas, carpenter, res Twenty-fifth, bet Tele- 
, graph and Broadway 
Baker, Thos., giirdener, res Fourteenth, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Baker, John P., bookkeeper, Broadway 
Baker, William, capitalist, res 1123 Eleventh Av, B. 
Baker Peter, groceries, 823 Broadway 
Baker, H. Y., postmaster, Railroad Ay, W. 0., res 

E s Wood, nr 12th 
Baker, L., carpenter, res Alta House 
Baldwin. M. A., mining supt, res 1059 Washington 
BALDWIN. ALEXANDER, proptr Sannyside 

House, SW cor Thirteenth and Harrison 
Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway, physicians, 1059 Bdwy 
Baldwin, D. M., physician, res 1100 Alice 
Bales, C. D., superintedent 

Ball, C. H., engineer C. P. R. R., res Chase, bet Camp- 
bell & Willow, W. 0. 
Ball, H. W., clerk C. P. R. R., res Chase, bet Camp- 
bell and Willow, W. 0. 
Ballard, George, carpenter C. P. R. R., ros Eighth, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Ballard, J. W., Palace Saloon, Seventh, res Wood, 

bet Chase and Taylor. W. 0. 
Ballard, S. R., bookkeeper, res 531 Fourteenth Av, B. 
Ballard, Miss L. A., res 581 Fourteenth Av, B. 
Ballantayne, William, painter, SW cor Fourteenth 

and Franklin, res Fourteenth, bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Ball, Francis, sea captain, res Clay, bet 15th and 16th 
Ball, 1!. C, architect, res 1012 Adeline 
Ball, Thomas M., printer, res Clay, bet 15th and 16"th 



Special Office Hours: lo A. M. I P. M. 



6*07:30 P. M. 



Brooklyn, {East Oakland,) Cal. 

Residence. East 15th St., bet. 12th & 13th Avenues. 



Bandin, J. P., foreman Blair's Mill, res 005 Tenth 

Bandt, L., res 400 Sixth 

Bangle, Edward, painter, res Sixth Av, cor Eight- 
eenth, B. 

Bangle, B., painter, res cor Tenth Avand Sixteenih, 
B. 

Bangle, Mrs. Alice R., res cor Eleventh Av and 
Nineteenth, B. 

Bangle A' Chase, painting and paperhanging, etc., B. 

Banks, Charles W. (Wells, Fargo & Co.) , res NW 
cor Telegraph Av and Walton 

Bankhead, Hugh, res Brush, bet 17th and 18th 

Bank head k Sons, auctioneers and commission mer- 
chants, Broadway, bet 5th and Oth 

Bankhead, M., auctioneer and commission mer- 
chant, res cor Fourth and Castro 

Bankhead, H., auctioneer and commission mer- 
chant, res cor Seventeenth and Brush 

Bankhead, D. B., clerk, ros cor Fourth and Castro 

Bankhead, M. R., tinsmith Dalziel, Broadway, res 
cor Fourth and Castro 

Barbour, M.D., E. T., res Centennial House 

Barbagelata Frank, res SW cor Third and Jefferson 

Barbagelata & Co., hardware and crockery, 1070 
Broadway 

Barber, M.D., E. T., rooms 9 and 10 Cosmopolitan 
Building 

Barenkamp, Mrs. E., res 409 Ninth 

Barfred Ed., stationary, 457 Ninth 

Barg John, laborer, 409 Ninth 

Barker, T. L., grocer. Myrtle, nr Tenth 

Barkhouse, T. C, carpenter, ros 557 Sixth 

Barker, John E., builder, res Sixteenth, bet Kirk- 
ham and Cypress, W. 0. 

Barker, John P., bookkeeper Chas. L. Taylor, res 
NE cor Telegraph Av and Bay Place 



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Barnet, John, police officer, res 523 Eighth 
Barnhart, Geo. W., C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Barnoto. R. P., foreman W. D. Co., res Seward, bet 

Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Barnett, E., dry goods, 825 Broadway, cor Sixth 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, TRANSOMS, ETC. 

Office «& W.irelioiise 460, 462 «fc 4«4 Second St.. 

Between Broadway and Washington ; Manufac- 
tory, cor. of Gommeree or 14th Avenue and 
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Barrett, P., butcher, res 514 Fifth 

Barrv, M. S., carpenter, res Eighth, bet Market and 

West 
Barrett, G. H., res 1027 Eighth 
Barrv, Alexander, butcher, res Division, nr Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Barracks, L.. plumber and gasfitter, B. 
Barrett, A., boot and shoe maker, 1057 Broadway 
Barrett, C. R., capitalist, res Grove, head Caledonia 

Av 

Barrett, , 10 OS Broadway, room 23 

Barstow, Alfred, lawyer, S. F., res Eighteenth, bet 

Linden and Filbert 
Barstow, D. P., lawyer, res NW cor Market and 

Eighteenth 
Barstow, Joseph, res Harrison, bet 10th and 17th 
Barstow, A., 423 Eleventh, res NW cor Eighteenth 

and Filbert 
Bartlett, Charles S., bookkeeper, res 301 Tenth 
Bartling, William I Bartling <fc Kimball), book- 
binder, S. F., res 719 Fourteenth 
Bartlet, Pliny, supt Contra Costa Laundry, res NW 

cor Division and Wood, W. 0. 
Bartlett, H. E., Contra Costa Laundry, res Kirkham, 

bet 11th and 12th, W. 0. 
Barter, G. W., editor Vidette, res 501 East Eleventh, 

B. 
Bartlett, C. S., bookkeeper, res 301 Tenth 
Bartlett, William C, editor Evening Bull tin, S. F., 

res Prospect Av, bet Webster and Telegraph Av 
Bash, P., barber, res Twenty-second, bot West and 

Curtis 
Bassett, A. S., painter, res Railroad Av, nr Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Bassett, P. C, ros Twentieth, bet Oth and 7th Avs, B. 
Bastian, Fred., blacksmith, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Batch"!der, Capt. T., stevedore, res Harrison, bet 

10th an I 17th 
Batchelor, James, engineer, B. 
Bates, Bennet, supt. VV. U. Telegraph, ros 514 Tenth 
Bateman, A., miner, res 718 Fifth 
Bates, John, lumberman, res Taylor, bot Pino and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Battles, Sr., John, SW cor Seventeenth and^ Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 
Bauder, Christ., hotel, 838 Broadway 
Bauman,.. John, carpenter and builder, res Fifth, bet 

Linden and lilbort 
Bauorle, J., carpenter, res Grove, bet 4th and 5th 
Bawlden C, res 517 Ninth 
Baxley, John W., laborer, res 329 Third 
Baxter, Win. S., assayer, 410 Montgomery, S. F., res 

810 Webster 
Baxter, Geo. W., farmer, res Third, bet Oak and 

Madison 
Beale, John, carpenter, res Adeline, bet 1st and 3d 
Beam, D., engineer Clinton Mills, B. 
Beams, 0., butcher, res cor Eleventh Av and Nine- 
teenth, B. 
Boan, Charles, porter, Centennial House 
Bean, A., carpenter, ros West, bet 21st and Lydia 



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Boots and Shoes, as low as in 0. cr S. P., at J. EOUSSEAU'S, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Stone Work and Cement, at CHAPPELLET A BEKEYMAFS. Office, 472 7th St. 



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Bear, U. A., fireman C. P. R. R., res Seventh, bet 

Campbell and Peralta, W. 0. 
Beard, John L., vice-president do, res Centrevillo 
Beardsley, Q. R., contractor and builder, l J07 Bdwy 
Bear, A., C. P. R. R., 807 Washington 
Beattv, John, drivor Whitney's Express, res Six- 
teenth, bet Market and West. 
Beaty John, expressman, res Sixteenth, bet Market 

and West 
Beaudry, L. M., livery stable, res 860 Brush 
Beauehaiap, Mrs. Isabella, res 838 Market 
Beaudry & McAvoy, undertakers, cor Seventh and 

Broadway 
Beandrv, L. M., livery stable, cor Seventh and 

Broadway, res cor Hobert and Telegraph Av 
Bechdel, A. N., C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bet Wood 

nnd Willow, W. 0. 
Becht, Geo., plumber, 1014 Broadway 
Becht, Mrs. Joseph, res SE cor Eourteenth and 

Webster 
Becker, Fred., butcher, SW cor Sixth and Castro 
Beckett, S. A., draughtsman, res Campbell, bet Sev- 
enth and William, W. 0. 
Beck. Win. T., saloon keeper, res 320 Fourth 
Bedell, Geo. S., clerk, res Brush, bet 3d and 4th 
Beebe, Frank, lawyer, res Webster, bet loth and 17th 
Beeby, R. J., harness maker, res Telegraph Road, 
bet 39th and 40th 

Beebe , lawyer, office 9.54 Broadway 

Beel, Mrs. S., 378 Ninth, cor Front 
Beel, M. S., jeweler Weyll Bros., S. F. 
Beel, P. S., clerk, res 378 Ninth, cor Front 
Beers, Geo. E. . city editor Tribune, 911 Broadway 
Beggs, John, laborer, res Twenty-sevonth, bet Grove 

and West 
Behrmann, Claus, laborer, 1010 Franklin 
Belcher, F. Q.. drayman, res 1143 Myrtle 
Boldin, R. A., barber, res Sixteenth, bet Kirkham 

and Cypress, W. O. 
Beldin, Edward E., carpenter, res Sixteenth, bet 

Kirkham and Cypress, W. 0. 
Belhumom. L., barkeeper Washington Hotel, cor 

Second and Washington 
Bell, J. K., clerk, 861J6 Broadway 
Bell, J. K., clerk, res Alta House 
Belloir, Peter, conductor C. P. R. R., res Chester, 

bet 10th and 12th, W. 0. 
Bell, M. W., clerk 1017 Broadway, res Webster, bet 

10th and 11th 
Bellars, W. B., carpet beating, 361 Ninth 
Balzer, John B., boot and shoe maker, 713 Broad- 
way, bet 3d and 4th 
Beman, Mrs. M. E., clairvoyant physician, res cor 

Eighth Av and Fifteenth, B. 
Benbow, John, stock speculator, res Seventeenth, 

bet Jefferson and Grove 
Benett, R. H., commission merchant, 313 Davis, res 

769 Oak 
Benett, 0. D., res 762 Brush 
Benedict, Mrs. M. P., dressmaker, res Grove, head 

of 26th 
Benker, Henry, needle doctor, 461 Ninth 
Bengali. , Custom House broker, S. F., res Fil- 
bert, bet 18th and 20th 
Bennett, Mrs. E. A., res Webster, bet 14th and 16th 
Bennett, H. W., music teacher, ros Clay, bet loth 

and 16th 
Bennison, A. B., salesman, 951 Bdwy, ros 856 Brush 
Bennett, A. E., carpenter, res Third and Jackson 
Bennison, W. E., collector, 951 Broadway 
Bennett, Mrs., dress maker, res Eleventh, bet Brush 

and Castro 
Bennison, G. E., res 856 Brush 
Benoit, Peter, res 565 Second 
Benson, H. A., farmer, res 956 Twelfth 
Benton, J. E., postmaster, res Sixteenth, bet Clay 

and S. F. Ay 
Bentley, W. R., proptr Centennial House, cor Four- 
teenth and Clay 
Bentley, Mrs. M. W., music teacher, ros 518 Eighth 
Benting, D. W., carpenter, res 503 Eleventh 
Benton, Rev. Jas. A., professor Pacific Theological 
Seminary, res Hawthorn, bet Telegraph Av and 
North Broadway 
Bent, Mrs. M., ros. Castro, bet 19th and 20th 
Ben/.on, A. F., bookkeeper, res NE cor Sixteenth 

and Cypress, W. O. 
Berard, Alfred, French laundry, 308 Tenth 
Bercard, Achillle, laborer, res 775 Myrtle 



Boretta P. G.. broker, res Seward, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Berger, M., carpenter, res 905 Washington 
Bergor, L. P., jewelry, 967 Broadway, res Seventh, 

bet Castro and Kirkham 
Berg, Maurice i Lutz & Berg), res 663 Washington 
Bernstein, Edward, dry goods, 813 Broadway, bet 

5th and 6th 
Bernstein, E., Broadway, NW cor Alice 
Berry, L. G., retired banker, res 833 Clay 
Berring'T, C, trunk maker, res Pearson, nr Taylor, 

W. 0. 
Berry, Wro., contractor, res SE cor Wood and Tay- 
lor, W. 0. , Di , 
Berry, John, gardener, res Peralta, bet 7th and 8th, 
W. 0. 

Berry, , hardware 

Berry, H. V., bookkeeper Tubbs' Hotel, B. 
Belancue, Jos. F., carpenter, res Bay PI, bet Tele- 
graph and Broadway 
Betts, Orrington, carpenter, res Twenty-fifth, bet 

Grove and West 
Betts, Wm. M., wagon spring maker, res 1124 

Mvrtle , , _ , 

Betz, II., lumberman, res Myrtle, bot 3d and 5th 
Betz, Philip, saloon, NW cor Seventh andFrankhn, 

res 852 Franklin 
Bibber, Mrs. C. R., res Chester, bot 3d and 5th, 

W. 0. 
Biddle, Mrs. H.G., res 615 Tenth 
Bidleyman, E. G., wholesale liquor dealer, b. *., 

res Fifth Av, bet 15th and 16th, B. 
Bigelow, T. B., real estate, 1157 Jefferson 
Bigelow, T. B., real estate, 900 Broadway, cor Eighth, 

res cor Thirteenth and Jefferson 
Bigelow. E., real estate, res cor Thirteenth and 

Brush . 

Bigelow, E., land agent, res 1155 Brush, cor ihir- 

teenth 
Biggs, T. P., clerk, 463 and 465 Seventh 
Bignami, L., Venetian Garden, 574 and 576, Seventh 
Billington, I. F., hostler, ros Twenty-fourth, bet 

Telegraph and Valley 
Bill. Mumford, clerk, res 1006 Webster 
Billings, Frank, engineer C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet 

Pino and Cedar, W. 0. 
Binglev, R. C, res 834 Franklin 
Bingham, Mrs. H. M., res 518 Tenth 
Birch, John, dress making and trimmings, East 

Twelfth, und r Odd Fellows' Hall, B. 
Birmingham, E. J., watchman, res 967 Washington 
Bishop, 0. H., porter, B. 
Bishop, G. W , watch maker and jeweler 
Bishop, A. W.. editor, res 1113 Jefferson 
Biven, Frederick, printer, res Poplar, bet 8th and 

9th, W. 0. 
Bixby, L. S., bookkeeper, SE cor Brush and Iwen- 

Black, Geo., grocer, res Lincoln, bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. 0. 

Blackman, W. H., painter, res 411 Ninth 

Black. Jos., clerk, res Eureka House 

Blackson, John, porter C. P. R. R. 

Blackman, A. G., res 1116 Alice 

Black & Co., E. D., dry goods, 963 Broadway 

Black, E. D., dry goods, S. F. 

Black, Geo., deliverer W. G. Hawkett & Co., W. 0., 
res S s Lincoln, bet Wood and Willow 

Black J., carpenter, ros Aldon, bet San Pablo Av 
and West _ , _ , 

Blaikie, Geo. W., ship joiner, res Chase, bet Wood 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Blair, D. B., res 120 Eleventh 

Blair, G. M., stair builder, res 325 Eleventh 

Blair, Walter, manager Broadway and Piedmont 
R. R. Co., res Centennial House 

Blair, T. M., Lake Merritt Boat House, Twelfth 
Street Bridge 



G. M. BLAIR, Proprietor Grove Street 
Planiug Ittill. Cor. Grove and First Streets, 
Oakland. 

Manufacturer of Mouldings, Frames, Brackets, 
Water-Tanks, Sash, Blinds, and every description of 
Inside Finish. Stair-Building a specialty; Rails, Balu- 
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OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Blake, G. F., police officer, res 715 Fifth 

Blake, Francis, paper dealer, S. F., res Telegraph 

Av, opp Merrioiac PI 
Blakestee, S. V., clergyman, res Edwards, opp An- 

dover 
Blake, John G., bricklayer, 368 Ninth 
Blake, Mrs. M. K., proprietress Blake Houso, 1059 

Washington 
Blake John, painter, res Oakland 
Blanchard, Win., telegraph operator, B. 
San chard, A. P., salesman, 1070 Broadway 
Blanchard, Mrs. J. B., res 322 Eleventh 
Blessing. J., pattern maker, res Taylor, bet Pine 

and Cedar. W. 0. 
Blethin, Oapt. Jas. H., C. P. R. B», res 40S Thir- 
teenth 
Bliss, Thos., stevedore, res Twenty-second, bet Cur- 
tis and West 
Bliss, W. C, carpenter, res Caledonia Av, bet Grove 

and Telegraph Av 
Bliven & Taylor. Oakland Pioneer Soda Works, NE 

cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Bliven, J. I., Oakland Pioneer Soda Works, NE cor 

Thirteenth and Franklin 
Blodhead, Wm., stock broker, S. F., res 353 East 

Twelfth. B. 
Bloom, Geo., grocer, NW cor Ninth and Franklin 
Blote, W. E., collector Contra Costa Water Co., res 

458 Eighth 
Blow, A. W., stock broker, 430 California, S. F., res 

324 Sixth 
Blow, liobt., stock broker, 439 California, S. F., res 

324 Sixth 
Blow, W. W., stock broker, res SW cor Fifth and 

Harrison 
Bluett, W. H., physician, 1150 Bush, S. F., res SW 

cor Jefferson and Sixteenth 
Boalt. J. H., attorney at law, res 1003 Twelfth 
Boardman, C. T., assistant civil engineer 
Boardman, F. W., civil engineer, res SE cor Camp- 
bell and Twelfth, W. 0. 
Boardman, W. F., civil engineer, office 812 Broad- 
way, res Sixteenth, bet 7th and 8th Avs, B. 
Bock, Chas., wagon maker, res 357 Eighth 
Bocqueraz, P., saloon keeper, 822 Broadway 
Bocqueraz, A., clerk 
Bodwell, Jos., laborer, res 400 Ninth 
Bogart, J. M., stock speculator, res Walton, bet 

Grove and Telegraph Av 
Bohlsheid, A., carpenter, res Grove bet Aldon and 

Sycamore 
Bollinger, John, collector and real estate agent, S. 

F., res 1150 Webster 
Bolton, Dr. W., dealer in real estate. Railroad Av, 

W. O., res NW cor Wood and William 
Bolton, Geo., bar tender, Seventh, W. O. 
Bolton, Wm., physician, cor Wood and William, W.O. 
Bolton, Geo., clerk, cor Railroad Av and Pine, res 

cor Wood and William, W. O. 
Bolza, Wm., painter, res 371 Ninth 
Bonj, H. A., res 617 bixth 
Bonlet, Mrs. A., res 300 Eighth 
Bonn, F., clergyman, res Brown, bet Grove and 

West 
Bonney, Chas., carpenter, res 717 Tenth 
Bonnet, S., res 007 Sixth 
Boogar, P., capitalist, res 862 Franklin 
Boone, W. E., builder, res Thirteenth, bet Clay and 

Washington 
Boop. John E., watchman, res Henry, bet 6th and 

7th, W. O. 
Booth, Mrs. Mary, res Chester, bet 5th and 7th, W.O. 
Booth, AV'm., res Eighth, bet Campbell and Peralta, 

W. O. 
Booth, Edward, student, res Eighth, bet Campbell 

and Peralta, W. O. 
Booth, J. A., business manager Oakland Transcript 
Booyer, Edward, builder, res 717 Sixth 

Borea, Capt, res 1050 Washington 

Borein, P. K., deputy treasurer, res NW cor Fifth 

and Alice 
Borland, J as., carpenter, res NE cor Twenty-first 

and t-ilbert 
Borland, Archibald, stock speculator, res Webster, 

bet Merine PI and Prospect Av 
Bortree, D. E., C. P. R. It., res Cedar, bet Atlantic 

and William, W. 0. 
Boso, Nicholas, clerk, res NW cor Fifth and Castro 
Boslee, Mine. C., dress maker, 460 Twelfth 



Boslee, W. J., 469 First 

Boswoll, E. (t., bookkeeper, 869 Broadway, res cor 

Fifth and Harrison 
Boswell, Wm. H., sawyer, res 373 First 
Bothwick, K., porter, res 218 Sixth 
Botts, Chas. T., tailor, S. F., res NW cor First and 

Jackson 
Boudar, Mrs., teacher, res 258 Eighth 
Bonifield, Jas. F.. carpenter, res Wood, bet Second 

and Bincoln, W. O. 
Bourge, Mary A., dressmaker, 813 East, B. 
Bourgin, Jr., P., lock and gunsmith, 660 Washington 
Bourgin, Sr., P., lock and gunsmith, 660 Washington 
Bourbin, Jas. C, grainer, res 919 Alice 
Bouton, W. S., bookkeeper, res Filbert, bet 2Sth and 

30th 
Bouton, H., foreman Contra Costa Laundry, res SW 

cor Sixteenth and Kiikham, W. O. 
Bo wen, P. M. {Bowen Bros.) , grocor, S. F., res 1165 

Clay 
Bowen, W. J., merchant, Ocean View Houso, West 

Berkeley 
Bowon, T. W., mining speculator, res 312 Fifth 
Bower, S., bricklayer, res Fourth, bet Brush and 

Castro 
Bowers, W. O., engineer C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. O. 
Bowen, C. A., carpenter, W. O., res Grove, W. 0. 
Bowie, G. W., attorney, room 14 Cosmopolitan Build- 
ing 
Bowlev, John M., carpenter, res Goss, bet Pino and 

Wood, W.O. 
Bowman, Geo., real estate, S. F., res Fourth Av, bet 

15th and 16th, B. 




913 BROADWAY, 

Bet. Eighth and Ninth Sts., OAKLAND. 



Bowman, C. H., C. P. R. R., res 1 Pine, W. 0. 

Bowman, 1. IL, printer, 468 Ninth, res cor Myrtle 
and Seventh 

Boyce, S. B., stockbroker, 907 Broadway, res 128 
Sixth, S. F. 

Boyce, Chas., collector, res Poplar, betlOth and 12th, 
W. 0. 

Boyd, E., teamster, res Eldorado House 

Boyd, Win. M., res Plymouth Av, bet Telegraph Av 
and North Broadway 

Bovle, Mrs. Mary, res 832 Jefferson 

Boyle, E. F., res Goss, bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Boynton, Sam'l S., salesman, 1072 Broadway 

Boynton, Ira, carpenter, res Markot, bet 4th and 5th 

Bradloy, John T., stock speculator, res Fourteenth, 
bet Webster and Franklin 

Bradley. J. W., clerk, Seventh, bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Bradley, C. EL, saloon, 802 Broadway 

Bradhoff, Henry, laborer, 413 Eleventh 

Bradshaw, M., laborer, res 462 Third 

Brady, Terence, gasfitter, res 812 Castro 

Brady, John, painter, res Linden, bet 1st and 3d 

Bradford, Jr.. A. C, law student, res N W cor Broad- 
way and Twentieth 

Bradley, P., barber, res Seventeenth, bet Market 
and West 

Bradley, Dan., printer, res SW cor Fourth and Clay 

Brady, Jas. 0., clerk, res Adeline, bet 16th and 18th 

Bradv, Denis, laborer, res Henry, bet 3d and oth, 
W. 0. 

Bradley, N., plasterer, res Tenth, bet Cypress and 
Center, W. 0. 

Bradley, H. B., engineer C. P. R. R., Berkeley 

Brady, V., gasfitter, B. 

Brandstatter, Jas., bakery, 908 Broadway 

Brandway, J. R., physician, res 1103 Jefferson, office, 
1059 Broadvvay 

Brannan, D., Pioneer Pottery, B. 

Brann, E., engraver, 208 Sutter, S. F., res 264 Elev- 
enth 

Brann, Chas., bookkeeper, B. 

Brayton, Mrs. M., res Alice, bet 16th ttnd 17th 

Brazill, John, grocer, SW cor West and Lydia 



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Brearty, F. J., attorney, res 14 Cosmopolitan Bldg 

Bredhoff, , Washington Brewery, cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Bredhoff, C, Washington Brewery, res 663 Sixth 
Sremler, H., clerk, 841 Broadway, res cor Thirteenth 

and Broadway 
Breen, Pat., laborer, res Twenty-fifth, bet Telegraph 

and Broadway 
Breton, Mathew, laborer, res S92 Brush 
Broger, 0. W., butcher, res 729 Fifth 
Bregers, Wm., butcher, res 818 Third 
Brenset, John, laborer, res Twenty-seventh, bet San 

Pablo Av and West 
Brener, A., bookkeeper cor Tenth and Broadway 
Brennan, Daniel, laborer, res Third, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Brenquinho, M. E., restaurant keeper, East Twelfth, 

B. 
Brewer, EL, bookkeeper Oakland Brewery, res NE 

cor Broad way and Ninth 
Brewester, Mrs. C, res SW cor Telegraph and Cal- 
edonia 
Brewer, Antone, wood-carver C. P. R. R., res Wil- 
liam, bet Pino and Cedar, W. 0. 
Brett, John li., supt mines, res i>>>7 Twelfth 
Brower, John 1L, lawyer, 33 Merchants' Exchange, 

S. P., res 578 Thirteenth 
Bridgoman, C. B., carpenter, res 1006 Third 
Brier, C, real estate, res Charter, betSan Pablo and 

Telegraph Avs 
Briggs, T. P., waiter, res 832 Franklin 
Briggs, Wm. L., carpenter, res 734 Linden 
Brimard, J. M., carpontor, res Jefferson, bet 15th 

and Kith 
Brinckmann, E., real estate, 467 Sevonth, res Thir- 
teenth, bet Broadway and Franklin 
Brink, Ed., carpenter, res 520 Fourteenth, B. 
Brink, M., hatter, 025 Broadway, res Fourteenth, bet 

Brush and West 
Briones, P. L., barber, res 257 Eighth 
Briones, G., barber, res 257 Eighth 
Briones, G., fireman, res 257 Eighth 
Briones, Miss K., dross maker, res 257 Eighth 
Broad, Chns., shoe store, 952 Broadway, res 319 

Eleventh 
Broadwoll, Melvin, carpenter, res 522 Eighth 
Brock, J. M., merchant, res SE cor North Broadway 

and Twentieth 
Brockhurst, S., res 772 Tenth 

Brockhage, Wm., searcher of records, res Eight- 
eenth, bet Wost and Brush 
Brodrick, P., laborer, res 813 Filbert 
Brogan, Michael, hostlor. res 374Soventh 
Brogan, Thos., laborer, res Lewis, bet 2d and 3d, 

W. 0. 
Bromly, I., clerk cor Broadway and Eighteenth 
Bromley, P., barber, res Sixteenth, West of Market 
Bromley, John L., collector Transcript, res 361 

Fifth 
Bromley, Wm. L., student, res 361 Fifth 
Bromley, Chas., clerk Grasso & May 
Bromley, C. B., clerk, res 968 Fifth 
Bromloy, W. L., stock broker, S. F., res 968 Fifth 
Bromley, Geo.S., bookkeeper, res 968 Fifth 
Bronsnn, Russell, carpenter, res 369 Fifth 
Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R. Co., 462 Eighth 
Brooks, Jas., clerk, 821 Broadway 
Broot, A. W. 
Brooks, Mrs. C, res Tenth, bet Cypress and Center, 

W. 0. 
Brough, Mrs. C. A., res 768 Twelfth 
Brosaon, S., lawyer, res Webster, bet 23d and 24th 
Brown, Win. C, pattern maker, res Third, bet Ade- 
line and Chestnut, W.O. 
Browne H. R., bookkeeper Burner & Young 
Brown, E., carver, res 313 Ninth 

Brown, , bookkeeper, res 316 Tenth 

Brown, Christopher, stableman, 806 Broadway 



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Oakland, Cal. 



-DEALER IN- 



Watches, Clocks @ Jewelry 

Watches and Clocks thoroughly Cleaned 
Repaired and Warranted. 



Brown James, livery and feed stable, 806-8 Bdwy 

Brown, B. B., retired clergyman, res 869 Washington 

Brown, F. A., carpenter, B. 

Brown, T. J., painter, res 330 Third 

Brown Bros., groceries, NW cor Telegraph Av and 

Brown 
Brown, G. T., grocer, res Brown, nr Telegraph Av 
Brown, A. C, grocer, res Brown, nr Telegraph Av 
Brown, F. T., grocer, res Brown, nf Telegraph Av 
Brown, John, night watchman, B. 
Brown, John A., porter Post Office, res Third, bet 

Center and Chester, W. 0. 
Brown, Francis, laborer, res Fifth, bet Chester and 

Center, W. 0. 
Brown, Thomas H., lather, res Fifteenth, bet Cypress 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Brown, Mrs. A., res Twelfth, bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W.O. 
Brown, Airs. Susan, res Union, bet 28th and 30th, 

W.O. 
Brown, II., waiter, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Brown, W., carpentor, res 517 Ninth 
Brown, W. C, clerk C. P. R. R., res James' Block, 

Seventh, W. 0. 
Brown, S. A., Dexter Stables, cor Harris and 

Twelfth 
Brown, John F., printer, res cor East Tenth and 

Eighth Av, B. 
Brown H., attorney at law, res Filbert, bet 10th and 

12th 
Browne, Wm., salesman O'Brien & Co., S. F., res 

Fifth, bet Filbert and Myrtle 
Brown, E. T., artist, res 856 Harris 
Brown, R. G., 116 Montgomery, S. F., res cor Durant 

and Jackson 
Brown, D. C, tailor S. Francis, res 510 Fifth 
Brown E. A., clerk, 967 Broadway, res Eighth, bet 

Clay and Jefferson 
Brown, P. A., real estate, S. F., res 213 Eighth 
Brower, A. B., baker, res 702 Webster 
Brower, A. B., baker, 463 and 465 Seventh 
Browning, B., agent Victor S. M., 466 Twelfth 
Browning, Mrs. E. J., dress maker, 4>>6 Twelfth 
Bruce, J. B., carpenter, res 50N Eighth 
Bruce, Henry, carpenter, res Atlantic, bet Pino and 

Cedar, W. U. 
Bruguiere, L. G., res 571 Twelfth 
Bruhns, Henry, farmer and currier, B. 
Brunje, John (Helmke & Brunje>, res NW cor 

Twenty-first and Broadway 
Brunje?, F., merchant, res Fifteenth, bet 11th and 

12th Avs, B. 
Bruning Bros., candy manufs, 833 Broadway 
Bruning, H., candy manuf, Jefferson, nr (ith 
Bruning, J., candy manuf, Sixth, bet Washington 

and Clay 
Bryant, A. S., lumber dealer, res 663 Third 
Bryan John, lumberman, res Twelfth, bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Bryan, A. C, carpenter, res Henry, bet 6th and 7th, 

W. 0. 
Bryan, Mrs. Margaret, res 517 Seventh 
Bryant, E. S., commission merchant, 306 Davis, S. 

F., res Sycamore, bet Grove and Telegraph Av 
Bryant, E. J., roof paintor, res Charter, bet San 

Pablo and Telegraph Avs 
Bryant, G. W., teamster, res bet 17th and 18th, B. 
Bryant, Wm. M., lumber dealer, res 710 Brush 
Bryson, W., C. P. R. R., res 516 Ninth 
Bucher, Wm., brick mason, res 503 Eleventh 
Buchanan, A. N., student Dr. Woolsey, res Berkeley 
Buchren, A. H., watchmaker and jeweler, 1005 

Broadway, res Eighth Av, B. 
Buchren, Mary E., millinor, 1005 Broadway, reg 

Eighth Av, B. 
Buck, E. W., physician, office and res 1011 Webster 
Buck, C. P. H., res Logan, bet Telegraph Av and 

Grove 
Buck, Elmer, apprentice plumber and tinner 
Buck, J. S., engineer, res Tenth, bet 14th and 15th, B. 
Buckley, J. L., painter, B. 
Buckley, Patrick, laborer, res 815 Washington 
Buckley, Jos., painter, B. 

Buckley, H. F., farmer, res 1168 Eighth Av, B. 
Buckelew, Mrs. J. B., res Brown, bet Grove and 

West 
Buckhout, A. H., brick mason, res NW cor Jefferson 

and Sixteenth 



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Best quality French Calf Boots, sewed, - $10.00 

Best quality French Calf Boots, pegged, - 8.oo 

Best quality Morocco Top Boots, pegged, - 8.oo 

Best quality Morocco Top Boots, sewed, ... io.oo 

Box-^oed G^titei^of evefy f)e^6riptior\ 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE. 

i3sr"vie;i:o3ijE patching executed. 




Canned Fruits, Jellies, Pickles, &e. 

Cigars, Tobacco, and General Variety, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

303 EAST TWELFTH STREET, 

Under Washington Hall, BROOKLYN, 



All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Pacific Stone Artificial "Work, 472 Seventh St., and cor. Second and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



45 



Buckman, L. H. L., Oakland 

Buddemer, Louis H., gas litter, res 073 Tenth 

Buffett, C. C, blacksmith, res 577 Eighth 

Butt'ett, Chas., carriage and wagon maker, res cor 

Eighth and Jeffeison 
Bugbee, Chas., architect, S. F., Tenth, bet Jackson 

and Madison 
Bugbee, S. \V., res Lake, opposite Madison 
Bugbee, Geo. E., appraiser's office, res Wood, bet 

Chase and Taylor 
Bugbee, C. L., architect, S. F., res Fifteonth, bet 

San Pablo Av and Clay 
Bugg, Henry, carpenter, ros Brown, bet Grove and 

West 
Buihron, A., jeweler, ros Eighth Av. bet 18th and 

19th, B. 
Duhr, A., clerk, Broadway, Oakland 
BUHSEN.D., general merchandise, cor Railroad Av 

and Pino, VV. 0. 
Buihren, Win., clergyman, res Eighth Av, bet 18th 

and 19th, B. 
Bnlkloy, K. A., res Alice, bet 14th and 10th 
Bullock, J. C, tin store, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Bullock, W. S., tinsmith, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Bullock, J. C, ros Railroad Av, nr Cedar, W. 0. 
Bumbaugh, C. M., painter, ros 72:1 Eighth 
Bumbaugh, Edward, painter, ros 72H Eighth 
Bumbaugh Albert, painter, res 72J Eighth 
Bund, ¥., teamster, ros 807 Alice 
Bundol, H., merchant, S. F., res cor Third and Alice 
Bunker, Wm. M., proptr Stock Report, S. F., res 

Eighth, bet Campbell and Peralta, \V. 0. 
Bunker, I., Star's Hotel, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Bunton, James, carpenter, res Cedar, bet Goss and 

Short, VV. 0. 
Burbank, Lester, shoemaker, res 10r>7 Third 
Burbeck, Geo., lather, res Alia House 
Burchard, J. L.. Indian Agency, Round Valley, res 

11 II Franklin 
Burdick, D. M., dealer leaf tobacco, ros Adeline, bet 

18th and 20th 
Burdick, J. D., ros 213 Seventh 
Burdick Bro., tea store, City Market 
Burdick, M. S., tea store, res 213 Seventh 
Burdick, J., tea store, res 213 Seventh 
Burgolin, L., butcher, res Fourteenth, nr Kirkham 
Burgess, J C, painter, res 701 Washington 
Burges, Robt., dealer in second-hand furniture, 717 

Broadway 
Burgelin, Louis F., butcher, res Fourteenth, bet 

Kirkham and Poplar, \V. 0. 
Burk, F. O., res Linden, bet 8th and 10th 
Burkhart, Frod., switchman C. P. R. R., res Lewis, 

bet 3d and 5th, VV. 0. 
Burke, Wm., C. P. R. R.. res Short, nr Cedar, W. 0. 
Burkhardt, Max., picturo dealor, 645 Washington, 

S. F., res SE cor Tenth and Madison 
Burk, P. F., res Telegraph Av, bet 22d and 23d 
Burk, Thos,, laborer, res Grove, bet Alden and Syca- 
more 
Burloson.C. M., real estato, 907 Broadway, ros NW 

cor Ninth and Jackson 
Burmaster, John, teamster, B. 
Burnett, Gen. A. S., retired banker, res Telegraph 

Av, bet Knox PI and 20th 
Burnham, W. S-, clerk, junct San Pablo Av and 

Seventeenth 
Burns, Geo. W., mining stock speculator, res 1059 

Washington 
Burner & Young, brick work contractors, foot of 

H ranklin 
Burner, J. i). , brick work contractor, foot of Frank- 
lin 
Burnos, H. W., manufr and dealer in doors, sash. 

and blinds, etc., depot and store 460, 482, and 

464 Second, bet Broadway and Washington, res 

502 East Fourteenth, B. 
Burns, H. R., porter Broadway Station, ros 218 

Fifth 



O. H. Burnham. D. W. Standeford. W. N. Miller. 

BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO., 

Oaklar\d Plar\ir\g Mill, 

(W. N. MILLER, Construction Manager.) 
Cor. First and Washington Sts., Oakland. 

Mouldings, Brackets, Frames, Sash, Blinds, Doors, 
and all Descriptions of Wood-Worn Finish. 



Burnham, 0. H., planing mill, res 1017 Madison 

Burnhan, Robert, copyist, ros 270 Seventh 

Burner, J. D., brick contractor, res Filbert, bet 24th 

and2iith 
Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, grocers, NW cor 

Broadway and Tenth 
Burns, W. S., grocer, NW cor Broadway and Tenth, 

ros E s Webster, bet 14th and Durant 
Burns, C. F., conductor C. P. R. R., res Henry, nr 

7th. W. 0. 
Burns, John, C. P. R. R., ros 1010 Franklin 
BURRELL, ALFRED, res cor Plymouth and Tele- 
graph Avs 



BURRELL & CO., 

(^ENTERPRISE PLANING MILLED 

Cor. Second and &r»ve Street*, Oakland, 

California Bridge and Building Company, Proprie- 
tors, furnish to order all kinds of Mill Worfe, Mouldings, 
Frames, Hrackets, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Tanks, and In- 
side Finish. Turning and Scroll-Sawing. Good Work, 
Delivered Promptly, at Kea-onal>)e Prices. 



BURRELL, A. W., prest California ijiidgo Co., res 
Telegraph Av, bet Plymouth Av and Edwards 

Burrell, H. H., expressman, res junct Market and 
San Pablo Av 

Burr, M. G., carpenter, res Prospect Av, bet Web- 
ster and Telegraph Av 

Burrell, Sr., A. W., carpenter, res 318 Third 

Burrough, S. E., druggist. Railroad Av, VV. 0. 

Burtsoll, John M., stock broker, res 912 Filbert 

Bush, Mrs. , ros Twenty-eighth, bet San Pablo 

Av and West 

Bush, David, police officer, res Pearson, nr Tavlor, 
VV. 0. 

Bushell, E. A., sign painter, res Twelfth, bet Frank- 
lin and Webster 

Busso, C. C, barber 

Busse, Chas., barber, res 317 Eleventh 

Buto, P., waiter 463 and 4!i5 Seventh 

Butler, Mrs. C. C, res Seventeenth, hoad of Jeffer- 
son 

Butler & Bowman, general printers, 4138 Ninth 

Butler, J. S., printer, 408 Ninth, res cor Myrtle and 
Seventh 

Butterfield, A. J., res 026 Thirteenth 

Button, O., ros 071 Second 

Byrne, P., lawyer, res 903 Seventh 

Byrnes, Svlvestor, barber, res 805 Brush 

Byrnes, John J., C. P. R. R., res 770 Sixth 

Byrns, J. B., machinist C. P. R. R., res Lewis, bet 
3d and 5th, W. O. 

Byrne, C. A., capitalist, res 1001 Grove 

Cable, Sam'l, mining speculator, res NE cor Delger 
and San Pablo Av 

Cadogan, Patrick, stock broker, S. F., res Linden, 
bet 3d and 5th 

Cadogan, Smith & Co., groceries and crockery 

Cadogan, J. J., groceries and crockery, res 12 North 
J efferson 

Cady, Edward, bricklayer, ros 837 Clay 

Caffroy John, laborer, 407 Seventh, res Tentji, bet 
Franklin and Broadway 

Cahr, P., saloon keeper, Sixth 

Caine, J. E., carpenter, res Brush, bet 17th and 18th 

Cain, , carpenter, res Market, bet 22d and 24th 

Caldwell, Albert, mining supt, B. 

Caldwell, Edwin, dealer in mines, B. 

California Bridge & Building Co., cor Second and 
Grove 

California Military Academy, Telegraph Av and 
Prospect 

California Pottery & Terra Cotta Co., cor Fourteenth 
and Broad way 

Calhoun, R., chop house and saloon, NW cor Eight- 
eenth and Webster 

Calkin, E. F., clerk, ros Durant, bet Franklin and 
Webster 

Callaghan, Con., res SE cor Franklin and Eleventh 

Callahan, Thos., carpenter, ros West, bet 22d and 
23d 

Callaghan, J., plasterer, res 321 Sixth 

Callahan, Mrs. M., res 704 Franklin 

Call, li. F., harness maker, Eleventh and Broadway 
res Franklin, bet 9th and 10th i 

Callahan, John, lumberman, res Myrtle, bot 2d and 
3d 



DE POUEEST <& GASKILL, General Job Printers, 828 Broadway, Oakland. 



Stage and Lyceum Aspirants all go to PEOF. VAN DeMAEK for Instruction. 



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NEXT DOOR TO LIV. ENTERPRISE, LiVERMORE. 



All kinds of Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. All orders promptly 

attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. 



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J". IB. HOBART, 

628 E. 12th STREET, under Union Hotel, BROOKLYN, 



DEALER IN 



Groceries, Produce, Cigars and Tobacco. 

Canned Fruits, Dried Fruits and General Supplies for Families. Butter and Cheese, Tea, 
Coffee, Confectionery, Weber's Bread, Cakes and Pies, Extra A 1 Chicago Hams, 20 cents 
per pound. All our goods at San Francisco prices. Goods delivered Free of Charge. 




J. H. HOWARD, 

.KAJVUFA CTUJiF H OF 

TIN, COPPER AID SHEET IRON WARES, 

AND DEALER IN 

STOVES, PUIV8PS, HARDWARE, ETC. 

Metal-Roofing, Gas-Fittirg, Plumbing and Jobbing promptly attended to. 



J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Carriage Steps, at CHAPPELLET & BEHEYMAN'S, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND 



47 



Calnan, Mrs. J. C, res Thirteenth, bet Kirkhain 

and Center, W. 0. 
Calvert, C. C, engineer, Sixteenth Av, B. 
Camblas, Fred'k, res SW cor Twenty-second and 

Market 
Cameron, P. A., builder, res NE cor Eighteenth and 

Brush 
Cameron, -, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Eighth, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Camilloni «fc Co., fish dealers, 9 City Market 
Campbell, J. H., carpenter, res Castro, bet 1st and 

2d 
Campbell, Martin, gardener, res Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Campbell, John, laborer, res Bay PI, bet Telegraph 

Av and Now Broadway 
Campbell, Edward, laborer, res Bay PI, bet Tele- 
graph Av and New Broadway 
Campbell, E. !»., clerk P. 0., res 13 Harrison 
Campbell, H. C, lawyer, 528 California, S. F., res 

bet Nth and loth 
Campbell, Thos., plasterer, res Seventh, bet Chester 

and Center, W. U. 
Campbell, Mrs. H., ladies' hairdresser, res Seventh, 

bet Chester and Center, W. 0. 
Campbell, Thos., laborer, res Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Campbell, John, brick mason, res Goss, bet Pine 

and Wood, W. 0- 
Campbell, Jas. D., carpenter, res Fifth, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Campbell, F. M., supt schools, res 807 Market 
Campbell, Alex., real estate, res Caledonia Av, bet 

Grove and Telegraph Av 
Campbell, N. E., carpenter, res 732 Linden 



SALiOOIST, 

461 SEVENTH STREET, 

Bet, Broadway & Washington, Oakland, Cal. 



Campbell, Moses, laborer, res Goss, bot Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Campbell, A. (Campbell <& Spears), res NE cor 

Broadway and Eleventh 
Campbell, A., lawyer, res Telegraph Av, bet 16th 

and 17th 
Campbell A Spears, oyster and chop house, 19 to 28 

Campbell, C. B., res 718 Twelfth 

Campbell, C, lawyer, res Telegraph Av, bet Kith 

and 17th 
Cameron, Wm. W., res Oak, bet 11th and loth 
Camron, W. W., vico-president Oakland Bank ol 

Savings 
Capell, J. R., bookkeeper, res B. 
Capitan, Jas., waiter, res NE cor Eleventh and Bdwy 
Canary, John, res oil) Fifth 
Cannon, Thos., plumber, res 7t5f> Fifth 
Cannon, E. M., agent Victor S. Machine, S. F., res 

Soventh, bet Union and Poplar, W. 0. 
Canning, J., capitalist, 10 City Hall, res 463 Thir- 
teenth 
Canovan, Peter, painter, res Third, bot Campbell 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Cantin, J. P., stock broker, S. F., res 919 Adeline 
Canter J., res 366 Socond 
Card, W. M., farmer, res Bay PI, bet Broadway and 

City Line 
Chase, J. A., salesman Hawkett <fe Co., W. G., Rail- 
Care, Thos., tailor, 466 Eighth, res 559 Seventh 
Carle, J. IL, liquor dealer, N E cor Clay and Druinm 

S. F., res San Pablo Av, bet 21th and 26th 
Carl, C'has., real estate agent, 922 Broadway 
iCarleton, Chas. A., hackdriver, res 269 Ninth 
Carloy, Mrs. G. H., res 1008 Webster 
Carlisle, D., builder, res 365 Ninth 
Carman, F. E., carpenter, N W cor Chester and Third, 

W. 0. 
Carothers, J. T., collector C. P. R. R., res Chester, 

bet 5th and 7th, W. 0. 
Caro, S., clothing and furnishing goods, 901 Bdwy 
Carpentier, W. 11., lawyer, S. P., res 254 Third 
Carpenter, Chas., clerk 



Carpenter, W. C, P. M. S. S. Co., res 770 Sixth 

Carrick, I)., wholesalo butcher, B. 

Carroll, Mrs. M., res 618 Sixth 

Carr, H. W., res Campbell, bet 7th and 8th, W. 0. 

Carr, L., carpenter, res 210 Tenth 

Carrick, J. W., stock speculator, res 7.53 Eighth, cor 
Brush 

Carrigan, Martin, laborer, res Lydia, bet West and 
Brush 

Carroll, G. W„ machinist C. P. R. R., res William, 
bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Carroll, Michael, laborer, res Twenty-second, bet 
Market and Curtis 

Carrigan, Peter, boiler maker, res Linden, bet 5th 
and 7th 

Carrique, E. T., agent State Investment Ins. Co., 
462 Eighth 

Carroll, Peter, teamster, res Franklin, nr Durant 

Carteron, E., pattern maker, res 620 Fifth 

Carter, S. P., res 918 Filbert 

Cartwright, A. D., C. P. K. R., res Thirteenth, bet 
Market and West 

Carter, B. EL, canvasser, res Plymouth Av, bet Tel- 
egraph and Elm Avs 

Carter, Wm. N., blacksmith, junct Magnolia and 
Poralta 

Carter, J ohn, merchant tailor, 466 Eighth, res Eight- 
eenth 

Carter, Thos., tailor, 466 Eighth, res Mechanics' 
Hotel, Seventh 

Carter, A., res 569 Eighth 

Carter, John, lawyer, S. F., res SE cor Clay and 
Ninth 

Cary, L. H., physician, res NE cor Eighth and Fil- 
bert 

Cary, C. B., fire-proof painter, B. 

Case, A., supervisor, B. 

Casey, M., blacksmith, 418 Seventh, res 325 Second 

Casey, John, blacksmith, 418 Seventh, res 325 Sec- 
ond 

Casey, M., blacksmith. Seventh, bet Broadway and 
• Franklin, res cor Second and Webster 

Casey, John, blacksmith. Seventh, bet Broadway 
and Franklin, res cor Second and Webster 

Casey, J., laborer, res 729 Fifth 

Casey, T. C, R. R. conductor, res Eighteenth, bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Caspar, J., res 577 Second 

Cassey, Wm., C. P. R. R., res Linden, bet Sth and 
10th 

Cassidy & Co., butchers, cor Fifth and Broadway 

Castera, Mrs. Adele, res Fourth, bet Castro and 
Grove 



A. E. Castello. K. O. Whitehead. 

GASTELLQ & WHITEHEAD, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION OFFICE. 

Dealers in Stocks, Real Estate, Etc., Etc. 

838 BROADWAY, OAKLAND. 



Castello, Michael, porter Wakelee's drug store, S. 

F., res 763 Castro 
Castello, A. E., attorney, 828 Broadway 
Castro, Frank, laborer, res Grove, bet Aldon and 

Sycamore 
Caswell, M. P. (Maloon & Caswell ) , res SE cor 

Market and Twelfth 
Cather, Mrs. Sarah, res Telegraph Av, bet 23d and 

24th 
Cather, J. P. J., accountant, res Telegraph Av, bet 

23d and 21th 
Catlin, B. T., Custom House, res Linden, bet 8th and 

10th 
Cattell, J. E., dairyman, res Third, bet Henry and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Cavagnaro, F., fruit dealer, res 710 Broadway 
Cavanagh, Martin, gardener, res Twenty-seventh, 

bet West and Grove 
Cavanah, E., laborer, res 960 Castro 
Caverly, 0. E., clerk, res 526 Fifteenth, B. 
Cavere, Jas., grocer, SW cor Third and Myrtle 
Cavills, Muie., Ladies' Employment Office, NE cor 

Clay and Fourteenth 
Cavills, IL, grocer, NE cor Clay and Fourteenth 
Cavnagh, Martin, gardener T. B. Simpson 



For Programmes, Wedding Cards, etc., go to DE FORREST & GASKILL, 828 B'y. 



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SAN LUIS OBISPO CO., CAL. 

LOCATED 14 MILES SOUTH OF SAN LUIS OBISPO, 12 MILES FROM 
STEAMER LANDING, AND 2 MILES FROM THE SANTA 
BARBARA STAGE STATION, ARROYO GRANDE. 



THIS WATER IS AN 



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Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Grout, Female Com- 
plaints, and all Diseases of the Secretory Or- 
gans, Liver Complaints, Sick Headache, 
Erysipelas, Paralysis, Scrofula, Sore 
Eyes, Kidney Complaints, 

DYSPEPSIA, DISEASES Of THE STOMACH, AND ALL THOSE DISEASES 
WHICH HAVE THEIR ORIGiH IN THE IMPURITY CF THE BLOOD. 



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For the accommodation of Visitors, will soon be completed, large enough to 
comfortably entertain, in connection with the Cottages, one hundred Guests, 
with good camping facilities for an innumerable host. 

Mr. Newson proposes to bring, in a race, sufficient water from the Arroyo 
Grande Creek to run a Twenty-Horse Power Engine all the year. This water- 
power he offers to anyone who will establish a manufacturing interest, he to 
take the value of the land and water in stock of the institution". 






Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. EOUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. 0- 






CHAPPELLET <£ BERRYMAN, Asphaltum Sidewalks and Hoofing, 472 7th St. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Caw, Chas., clerk, 841 Broadway 

Cecile, Saiu'l, carpenter, ros 960 Clay 

Centennial House, Wm. K. Bentley, proptr, NE cor 

Fourteenth and Clay 
Central Land Co., NE cor Ninth and Broadway 
Ceil", U., res 263 Fourth 
Cerine, Frank, junk dealer, res NW cor Market and 

Twenty-sixth 
Chabot, Antone, president Contra Costa Water Co., 

458 Eighth, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Chabot, ftemi, supt Contra Costa Water Co., 458 

Eighth, res SEcor Harrison and Eighth 
Challant, J. E., res 981 Fifth Av, 13. 
Champion, Mrs. A. D. A., res 375 Fifth 
Chambers, John H., bakery, &E cor Twenty-fourth 

and Telegraph Av 
Chamberlain, , carpenter, res Center, bet 5th 

and 7th, W. 0. 
Chamberlain, aiilas, carpenter, res 41 Valley 
Champagne, A., bookkeeper, res 476 Third 
Chamberlain, C. H., receiver U. S. Land Office, 506 

Jackson, S. F., res cor Plymouth and Elm 
Chamberlain, John, lawyer, res Sixteenth, bat 7th 

and Sth Avs, B. 
Champlin, Sain'l, house mover, res Twenty-second, 

bet Market and Curtis 
Chamberlin, W., salesman, res Sixteenth, bet Jeffer- 
son and Grove 
Chambers, A. J., res SE cor Fifteenth and Jefferson 
Chamberlin, A. M., carpenter, res atK) Clay 
Chantcraj, E., real estate agent, res Slo Washington 
Chanaron, H., barber, 11 .North Broadway, res 475 

Sixth 
Chanaron, H., barber, 828 Broadway 
CHai'PELLET, F., real estate agent, 472 Seventh, 

res Berkeley 
Chappie, Tallman & Co., groceries and provisions, 

Berkeley 
Chappie, Jos., groceries and provisions, Berkeley 
Chaplain, John D., builder, res Grove, head of 20th 
Chapman, L. G., brick mason, ros 315 Second cor 

Harrison 
Chapel, B. A., carpenter, res Seventeenth, bet Jeffer- 
son and Clay 
Chapman, T. B., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Lewis, nr 

3d, U . 0. 
Chapman, J. P., ship commissioner, S. F. 
Cha^uett, E., Maine Restaurant, S. F., res Seventh, 

bet Linden and Filbert 
CHAliTriAND LuUiS, Arcade Saloon, Broadway, 

bet 1st and 2d 
Char, C. H., laborer, res 804 Jefferson 
CHASE, MUSES, res cor Ninth and Fourth Av, B. 
CHASL, GEO. (Bangle & Chase), res cor Ninth 

and Fourth Av, B. 
Chase, E., clerk, res North Broadway, bet 17th and 

Durant 

road Av, W. 0.,res W s Campbell, bet Railroad 

Av and William 
Chase, W. F., broker, S. F., res 409 Twelfth 
Chase, E. G., printer, res Nolan, bet Grove and 

West 
Chase, Jos., Jr., carpenter, res Seventh, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Chase, E. J., police officer, res NW cor Campbell 

and William, W. O. 
CHAsE, G., painter, B. 
Cbaucho, A. J., M W cor Seventh and Alice 
Cheney, Oliver, laborer, 413 Eleventh, res SE cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Cherpentier Pierre, res 012 First 
Chevieir, Louis, barber, 962> 2 Broadway, res 305 

Fourth 
Cheyrias, S., waiter, 
Chickenng, , lawyer, 426 California, S. F., res 

Centennial House 
Chilson, W. D., lawyer, res SE cor Wood and Lin- 
coln 
Childs, E., carpenter and builder, res 453 Eighth 
Childs, A. J., canvasser, res Filbert, bet 28th and 

30 th 
Childs, Geo., laborer, res Twenty-second, bet Linden 

and Myrtle 
Childs, W. W., brick mason, res 809 Webster 
Child?, J. W., seaman, res 727 Fourth 
Chilton J: Co., vegetable and fruit store, East Twelfth, 

under Udd Fellows' Hall, B. 
Chisholm, D., carpenter, ros Third, bet Lewis and 

Peralta, W. O. 



Chittenden, , Mrs., bookkeeper, B. 

Christian, Henry W., printer, res Walton, bet Grove 

and Telegraph Av 
Church, J. W., Custom House, res Fifteenth, bet 

Market and West 
Church, W. L., copyist, SE cor Clay and Ninth 
Churchill, Wm. H., hardware merchant, res bet 

14th and 10th 



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Cilley, S. F., clerk, B. 

Claoren, Edwin, res Telegraph Av, nr Durant, B. 

Clark, W., blacksmith, .-?. F., res Charter, bet San 

Pablo and Telegraph Avs 
Clark, W. L\, salesman, 70J Twolfth 
Clark, T. B., res N W cor Fourteenth and Harrison 
Clark, P. B., bookkeeper J. P. Montanya, S. F. 
Clark, Hugh, plasterer, res Valley, bet 23d and 24th 
Clur*, C. K., bookkeeper, 408 Market, res Prospect 

Av, bet Webster and Telegraph Av 
Clark, John, turner, res Magnolia, bet 1st and 3d, 

W. 0. 
Clark, Edward, sewing machine agont, res Sixteenth, 

bet Jefferson and Ciay 
Clark, T. H., editor, res Sixteenth, bet Jefferson and 

Clay 
Clark, A. K., bookkeeper, res 717 Tenth 
Clark, M. S., res 669 Third 
Clark, Henry H., stone cutter, res SE cor Fifth and 

Lewis, W. O. 
Clark, Henry, painter, res 604 Tenth 
Clark, Levy, painter, res Eighteenth, bet Market 

and West 
Clark, E. A., messenger London and S. F. Bank, 

res N W cor Fifth and Filbert 
Clark, J as., grocer, SW cor Filbert and Fifth 
Clark, ft. A., carpenter, res Pearson, nr Chase, 

W. O. 
Classon & Trask, barbers, 1010 Broadway 
Classon, John (Classon & Trask), ros Twentieth, nr 

Telegraph Av 
Clavelot, A., saw manuf and filer, 411 Seventh 
Clayton, Win., cabinet maker, res 517 Ninth 
Clayton, J. E., mining engineer, res Brown, bet 

Grove and West 
Clayton, Chas., commission merchant, res Fifteenth. 

bet Castro and .brush 
Clearey, Michael, grocer, 840 Market, S. F., res 912 

Clay 
Clebboin, P. J., clerk, res 1059 Washington 
Clement, Jos., searcher of records, res Webster, bet 

14th and 15th 
Clement, E. B., searcher of records, res Webster, bet 

14th and loth 
Clomments, G. G., grocer, S. F. 
Cloment, L. M., civil engineer, C. P. R. R., res 1013 

Twelfth 
Cloment, R. H., salesman Waterhouse & Lester, S. 

F., res N W cor Eighteenth and Brush 
Clever, Lewis, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Clifton, Win. G., bookkeeper, 1009 Broadway, ros 

Broadway, bet 9th and 10th 
Clifford, John, res Chester, bet 5th and 7th, W. 0. 
Clifford, J., engineer C. P. R. R., res Lewis, bet 2d 

and 3d, W. O. 
Cline, Wm., stock broker, res 118 Tenth 
Cline, N., janitor Bonnet's Block, ros 857 Clay 
Clinton, I)., carpenter, res N W cor Brush and Sev- 
enteenth 
Clisbey, S., res Logan, bet Telegraph Av and Grove 
Clivio & Cavagnaro, fruit dealers, 920 Broadway 
Clivio, C, fruit dealer, res 710 Broadway 
Clough, S. 1)., res Franklin, nr Durant 
Clough, J. P., mining agent, res Twelfth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Clough, A. H., clerk, res Twelfth, bet^Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Clough, M. E., engineer, res 517 Third 
Clow, Miss Amelia, teacher Durant School, res Cal- 
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any Eastern or California Manufactory. 

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Garden Work. CHAPPELLET & BEKKYMAN, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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Clow, Mrs. E., res Caledonia Av, bot Grove and 

Telegraph Av 
eiymer, J. J., capitalist, ros 1205 Franklin 
Coats, L. A., livery stable, Ploasanton 
Boates, VVm. D., stock broker, 318 Montgomery, S. 
P., ros Sycamore, bot Grove and Tel igraph Av 
Coats, 0. IL, painter, res Linden, bet 28th and «)th 
Cochran, J. F., sign paintor, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 

24th 
Cochran, Jas., ros Twelfth, bot Center and Kirkham, 

\V. 0. 
Cochran, P. H., paintor, 1114 Fourteenth 
Cochran, Chas., res Alta House 
Coder, S. B., whoolwright, 13. 
Coo, J. T., collector, 921 Broadway 
Coffee, M. H.. Oakland Auction House, 837 Broad- 
way, ros 510 Clay 
Coffee Si Furst, Oakland Auction Houso, 837 Bdwy 
Coffey, Wm., clork, Broadway, bet 13th and 14th, 

ros Eighth, bet Broadway and Washington 
Cogswell, J. P., ros 11 10 West 
Colin, D.D., E., clergyman Synagogue Emanuel, res 

lol Twelfth, B. 
Cohn, Herman, harness maker, res 1053 Broadway 
Cohen, A., dry and fancy goods. Railroad A v, W. O. 
Cohen, M., laborer, res Willow, bot Atlantic and 

Pacific, W 03 
Cohen, Jas., C. P. R. R., res Twenty-second, bet 

West and Curtis 
Cohen, Patrick, laborer, ros Eighteenth, bot Cypress 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Cohen, James, C. P. 11. R., ros Seventh, bet Henry 

and Chostor, W. 0. 
Cohen. S. S., clothing, 131 Pacific, S. F., res Twenty- 
second, bet, San Pablo and Orove 
Coindro, Fannie, fruit store, 06 i Broadway 
Eokloy, Daniel, laborer, res Fifteenth, bot Market 

and West 
Colby, 11. II., morchant, res Seventeenth, bet 5th 

and Oth Avs, B. 
Bblburn, A., minor, ros SE cor Campbell and 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Colbun, J. S., clerk, res SE cor Campbell and 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Colburn, E. S., stock speculator, res SE cor Camp- 
boll and Twelith, \V. 0. 
Cohlwi, Fred., carpenter, res Atlantic, bet Pino and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Cole, Mrs. Lydia, res Fourteenth, bot Webster and 

Franklin 
Colo, Win., laborer, ros 57<5 Fourth 
Coleman, Patrick, laborer, res Fifth, bot Linden 

and Filbert 
Cole. L. 0., res Webster, opp the Convent 
Cole, E. C, dentist, 10*5 Broadway 
Cole &, Kalston, dealers coal, wood, hay, and grain, 

410-16 Ninth 
Coleman, J. W., stock broker, res 754 Eighth 
Cole, L. J., capitalist, ros Webster, bet 21st nnd 22d 
Colo, W.J. (Cole & Ralston), Jefferson, bet 15th 

and 10th 
Coleman,!'. S., saloon keeper, ros 10 Pine, W. 0. 
Cole, R. E., dentist, res SE cor Adeline and Tenth 
Colgatte, John, gardner, res Fourteenth, bot Linden 

and Filbert 
Collins, D., laborer, ros 167 Eighth 
Collins, W. D., carpenter, ros S14 Myrtle 
Collischonn, Chas., clerk, res cor Wood and Atlantic, 

VV. 0. 
Collins, L. P., commission agent, res Pine, bot Taylor 

and Soward, W. 0. 
Collins, John, laborer, B. 
Collins, J., peddler, res Twenty-second, bot Market 

and Curtis 
Collins, A. F., provision dealer, S. F., res NW cor 

Durant and JacKson 
Collins, S., police officer, res Prospect Av, nr Tele- 
graph Av 
Collins, L). N., manufacturer, res Centennial House 
Collicott, Jas. P., teamster, res Simmons Block 
Collie, John, carponter, res Eleventh, bet Brush and 

Castro 
Collyer, Jacob, carponter, res Twelfth, bot Willow 

and Wood, W. 0. 
Collins, A. A., janitor Merchants' Exchange, res 

Chester, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 
Collins, Mrs. E. G., res Chester, bet 3d and "<th,W. 0. 
Collins, Mrs. H., ros Eighteenth, bet West and 
Market 



Coltard, M., res Adeline, nr Lindon 

Colvin, J. A., res Chester, bot 3d and 5th, W. 0. 

Comes, E., carpenter, res 712 Filbert 

Comes, Miss T., dressmaker, ros 712 Filbert 

Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. of London, 

Wm. Haskins, agant 
Conard, W. 1)., druggist, cor East Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth Avs, B. 
Concanion, Thos., laboror, ros Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 
Condry, Alartin, laborer, res SE cor Seventeenth 

and West 
Conoss, John, U. S. Mint, S. F., ros 1053 Alice 
Conghlin, J ohn, blacksmith, res Seventh, bot Henry 

and Chester, W. O. 
Conklin, P. (Cal. Glove Co.) , res Franklin, bet 17th 

and 18th 
Conklin. F. G., merchant, 419 Broadway, res Fourth 

Av, bot loth and 10th, B. 
Conlon, John, lather, res Lindon, bot 1st and 3d 
Oonlin, Edward, blacksmith's _ helper, ros Twenty- 
second, bot West and Curtis 
Connor, Jas., teamster, res Twenty-fourth, bot Tele- 
graph Av and Valley 
Connors. Wm., laborer, res Twenty-first, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Broadway 
Connor, David, teamster, res SE cor Twenty-second 

and Telegraph Av 
Connors, Mrs. A., res Myrtle, bot 5th and 7th 
Conn, Francis, foreman, res cor Twelfth and Adeline 
Cormell, Mrs. M., res SE cor Poplar and Twelfth, 

W. 0. 
Connoll, Wm., Contra Costa Water Co., res 213 Sixth 
Connor, Mrs. M. H., res 957 Jefferson 
Connelly, Martin, junk dealer, ros Third, bet Chest- 
nut and Adeline, W. 0. 
Connelly, Frank, laborer, ros SE cor Fifth and Myr- 
tle 
Connelly, David, plasteror, res NW cor Kirkham 

and'Twolfth, W. 0. 
Connor, L. H., conductor C. P. R. R., res Chester, 

bot Oth and 10th, W. 0. 
Conrad, Benj. S., carpenter, res 732 Fifth 
Considino, P., laborer, res 218 Sixth 
Conrov, John, laborer, ros S\V" cor Campbell and 

William. W. 0. 
Constable, Wm. C, baker, SE cor Twenty-fourth and 

Telegraph Av 
Contreras, Pedro, teamstor, res 022 Fourth 
Contolonc, J. H., butcher, NW cor Jefferson and 

Third 
Contra Costa Laundry, Fourteenth, bet Kirkham 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Cook John, steamer captain, ros 821 Washington 
Cook, Mrs. Esta, res Second, bet Jackson and Mad- 
ison 
Cook, Jas., laborer, res Fourteenth, bot Webster 

and Franklin 
Cook, J. E., stockbroker, 413 California St., S. F., 

res 1271 Franklin 
Cook, Philip, printer, res Tenth, bet Washington 

and Broadway 
Cook, Mrs. L., dress maker, ros Tenth, nr Washing- 
ton 
Cook, Mrs. E., res NW cor Madison and Fifteenth 
Cooke, Kobt., bookkeeper, res Seventeenth, bot oth 

and Oth Avs, B. 
Coolev, IL, civil engineer, res Soward, bet Campbell 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Coolidge, Chas., printer, res Chestnut, bot 10th and 

12th 
Coolidge, G. W., bookbinder, ros Chestnut, bet 10th 

and 12th 
Coolbrith, Miss I. D., librarian Oakland Library, 

res Fifteenth bot Jefferson and Clay 
Coolidge, J. C, chief clork R. R. Postal Service, res 

Brown, bet Grove and West 
Coombs, Henry, carpenter, ros 310 Third 
Coonoy, Petor E., city market 
Cooper, E. T., bookkoopor, res cor Tenth and Sixth 

Av, B. 
Coopor, Frank, toamstor, 610 Second, res SW cor 

Third and Jefferson 
Cooper, Francis, laborer, res 001 Third 
Copeland, Jas. T., machine hand, ros Alta Houso 
Copeland, Jas., carpenter, res Alta House 
Copeland, Isaac, res Elm, bot Grove and San Pablo 

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Coplin, A., agent Warner's Sanitary Goods, res 1230 

Broadway 
Cop]), F. P., cash clerk Baldwin's Restaurant, S. F., 

res 5 Pino, W. 0. 
Copp, S., carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 
Copp, John P., painter, res 409 Twelfth 
Coquide, Chas., clerk, B. 
Corbit. Chas., laborer, res 404 Third 
Corbott, Jas., laborer, res Filbert, bet 5th and 7th 
Corcoran, D. P., tailor, res bet 1st and 2d 
Cordan, A. C, barber, S. F., res 506 Fifteenth, B. 
Cordell, W. H , carpenter, res 557 Sixth 
Cordes, H., broom factory, 471 Sixth 
Cornor, C. W., boot and shoe manufacturer, 952 

Broadway, res 020 Franklin, W. O. 
Cornell, Chas. M., carpenter, res 1113 Eighth 
Cortelyon, C. L., res 517 Third 
Cotton, F. E., carpenter, res Walton, bet Grove and 

Telegraph Av 
Cotter, Wm., res Brown, bet San Pablo Av and 

West 
Cotter, Wm. J., clerk, res Brown, bet San Pablo Av 

and West 
Cotton, J. C., secretary Cal. Bridge Building Co., cor 

Second and Grove, res Walton, nr Telegraph Av 
Coughlin, John, painter, res 319 Sixth 
Coursen, E. A., butcher, res 302 First 
Courvoisiers, F. L., grocer, 901 Webster, res NE cor 

Webster and Eighth 
Covaco, J. S., shoe maker, 412 Seventh 
Covert, S. II., painter, res Franklin, bet 10th and 17th 
Coward, H. G., mining speculator, res 178 Eighth 
Cowan, David, boarding houso, William, bet Pino 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Cowden, Mrs. B., res 1009 Franklin 
Cowes, John, painter, res Twenty-seventh, bet 

Grove and West • 
Cowl, John, longshoreman, res 017 Madison 
Cox, Theodore, foreman feed and sale stable 
Cox, W. 11., sewing machine agent, res NE cor 

Wood and Taylor, W. O. 
Cox, Jas. W., warehouse, S. F., res Merrimac PI, bet 

Telegraph Av and Webster 
Cox, W. A., foreman C. P. R. R., res Wood, bet At- 
lantic and William, W. 0. 
Cox, G., civil engineer, res William, bet Pine and 

Ced«r, W. O. _ 
Cox, P. A., groceries, cor Seventh and Market 
Coxhead, T. C, physician, office and res 519 Tenth 
Coyle, Danl., night watchman Contra Costa Water 

Co., 358 Eighth 
Coyle, , stock broker, res NW cor Brush and 

Eighth 
Coyne, Mrs. M., res Twenty-sixth, bet Grove andWest 
Coyne, Michael, laborer, res Chester, bet 5th and 

7th, W. O. 
Crabtroe, C. L., C. P. R. R., res 568 Sixth 
Cragy, Miss Rose, res 505 Second 
Craig, W. B., carpenter, res San Pablo Av, bet 28th 

and Alden 
Craig, A., salesman, First and Washington, res NE 

cor Tenth and Jackson 
Craig, W. H., dentist, 1055 Broadwav 
Craig, Wm. H., clerk C. P. R. R,, res 12 Pino, W. O. 
Craig, A. W., solar printer, res 310 Third 
Craig, Mrs. Julia A., res 310 Third 
Craig, Wm., painter, res 302 Ninth 
Craig, R. R., miner, res Center, bet 9th and 10th, 

W. O. 
Craiglow, S. A., farmer, res Fifteenth, bet Cypress 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Craig, II., insurance agent, res Myrtle, bet 12th and 

14th 
Craig, A., res 585 Tenth 
Craig, H. A., secretary Home Mut. Ins. Co., res SW 

cor Grove and Walton 
Craker, Judson, sash and blinds, res Twelfth, bet 

Willow and Wood, W. 0. 
Craker, Chas., gardener, Myrtle, bot 22d and 24th 
Crane, Irwin J., agont A. B. McCreary, 209 Sansome, 

S. F., res Jackson, opp Lake Av 
Crane, J. H., insurance agent, res Poplar, bet 10th 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Crane, Goo. E., carpenter, res Cypress, bot 15th and 

10th, W. O. 
Crane, W. W., res Market, bot 8th and 10th 
Crane, Jas. E., clerk C. P. R. R., res 775 Fourteenth 
Crauch, Mrs. W. T., res Fourteenth, bet Castro and 

Grove 



Cravens, H. H., foreman Palace Hotel Barber Shop, 

.S. F., res 677 Fifth 
Craven, A., teacher, 913 Fifth Av, B. 
Crawford, S. G., special policeman, 470 Seventh 
Crawford, S. G., piano tuner, 405 Ninth, res Broad- 
way, nr Military Academy 
Crawford, A. W., carpenter, res 024 Second 
Creaser, Jas., carpenter, res 722 Filbert 
Cressey, C. J., manager Grangers' Bank, S. F., res 

312 Fourteenth 
Cressey, F. A., secretary Grangers' Bank, S. F., res 

_ 312 Fourteenth 
Crissman, J., res Fourteenth, bet Cedar and Grove 
Crosby, C, fireman C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Crocker, W., res 1109 West 

Crockley, John, laborer, Chostnut, bet 1st and 3d 
Croke, Jas., carpentor, res cor Twenty-fourth and 

Adeline 
Cronipton, John, engineer stmr Louise, B. 
Croney, P. E., expressman, res Adeline, bet 22d and 

24 th W. O. 
Cronkrite, J. W., shoe maker, res NE cor Fifth and 

Lewis, W. O. 
Cronin, J. M., billiard palace, 409 and 411 Twelfth 
Cronan, S. D., grocer, NE cor San Pablo Av and 

Twenty-fourth 
Cropper, W. L., carpenter, res 301 Ninth 
Cross, Mrs. B., res Eighth, bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Crosley, J. S., produce and poultry, 1 and 3 City 

Market, res Broadway, bet 9th and 10th 
Crough, John S., furniture store, 713 Broadway 
Crowley, Daniel, gasfittor, res Twenty-sixth, bot 

Grove and West 
Crowley, Michael, laborer, res 711 Fifth 
Cuberv, Wm. M., printer, 444 Market, S. F., res 900 

Eighth 
Culbertson, Miss Mary, teacher, Oak, bet 10th and 

11th 
Culbertson, Miss Maggie, teacher, Oak, bet 10th and 

11th 
Culhane, G., grocer, cor Pacific and Willow, W. O. 
Culk-n, Thos., machinist C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bot 

Wood and Willow. W. O. 
Cummings, D. P., plasterer, res SE cor Thirty-sixth 

and San Pablo Av 
Cummins, Mrs. Clara, res Brown, bet Grove and 

West 
Cunningham. J., conductor C. P. R. R., res Eighth, 

bet Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Cunningham, John P., merchant, S. F., res Tenth, 

bet Jefferson and Clay 
Cunningham, Mis. Margaret, millinery, 900 Bdvvy 
Curran, Mrs. Rose, res SE cor Willow and Lincoln, 

W. O. 
Curtis, John, capitalist, res Walton, bet Grove and 

Telegraph Av 
Curtis, Edward, broom maker, Eureka Factory, S. 

F., res William, bet Campbell and Willow, W. O. 
Curtis, J. E., laundry, East Fourteenth, bet 19th and 

20th, B. 
Curtis, J. M., saw filer, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Curtis, Murray, dry goods, res 825 Market 
Curtis, W. B., way-bill clerk, B. 
Curtis, Marshal, physician, res 779 Sixth 
Curtis, Winfield, res 779 Sixth 
Cushing, John, res Franklin, bet 14th and 15th 
Gushing, C, physician, 921 Broadway 
Cushing, S. M., clerk, res 808 Clay 
Cusick, John, laborer, res Chestnut, bet 21st and 22d 
Cutler, A. \V\, carpenter, 813 East Twelfth, B. 
Cutting, Walter, carpenter, res 561 Fifth 
Dable, A., vice-prest O. R. R. Co., Wilcox Block, res 

S. F. 
Dagen, S. A., druggist, 913 Broadway 
Dahla, Henry. C. P. R. R., res 300 Seventh 
Dahlan, Francis, retired merchant, res San Pablo 

Av, bet D Igor and Hobart 
Daily, P. J., cigar dealer, res Willow, bet Chase and 

Taylor 
Daily, P. J., merchant, Railroad Av, W. O. 
Dalv, John, laborer, ros Chester, bet 3d and 5th, W. 

O. 
Daley, Timothy, laborer, ros Twenty-sixth, bet 

Grove and West 
Daley, R., laborer, res Twenty-second, bot Curtis 

and Market 



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the Punches and Dies in less than a minute. No set screws are used to hold either punch or Dies 
in place. 

These Machines are for sale at the large Hardware Stores of San Francisco and Sacramento, 

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Centerville, Alameda Countv> Cal.» 



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Walter A. "Wood's Reaper and Mower, Eastern Lumber Wagons, Hay 

and Grain Rakes, Seed Sowers, Corn SheUers, Straw Cutters, 

Gang and Single Plows, Subsoil Plows, Etc., Etc. 



Boots and Shoes, as low as in 0. cr S. P., at J. ROUSSEAU'S, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Stone Work and Cement, at CHAPPELLET & BEEEYMAN'S. Office, 472 7th St. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S DIRECTORY 



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Over Davison <& Bro's Blacksmith. Shop. 






IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



Bone in the very best style, and at reasonable rates. 



Special Attention paid to LETTERING. 



J. KOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Building Fronts, at CHAPPELLET & BEHBYKAN'S, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OP OAKLAND. 



Dallam, R. B., wood and willow ware, 215 Sacra- 
mento, S. F., res NE cor Fifteenth and Grove 

Dallimore, W., teamster, res Thirty-fifth, bet San 
Pablo Av and Market 

Dallam, Frank, printer, res 503 Eleventh 

Dalziel, Jas., stoves, tin, copper, and sheet iron ware, 
etc., Broadway, nr 13th, res Fifteenth, bet Brush 
and West 

Dalziel & Waller, gas fixtures and plumbing, 1147 
Broadway 

Dalziel, Hobt., gas fixtures and plumbing, res Fif- 
teenth, nr San Pablo Av 

Dakes, R. EL, carriage painter, res Brush, bet 20th 
and 21st 

Dam, -Mrs. Lucy E., res Twenty-third, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Valley 

Dam, Henry, editorial staff S. F. Post, res Twenty- 
third, bet Telegraph Av aud Valley 

Dam, Cyrus, C. P. H. R., res Market, bet 3d and 4th 

Dam, G. W., real estate, res 916 Broadway 

Damon, Jas. E., real estate, b'07 Montgomery, S. F., 
res Fourteenth, bet West and Brush 

Dames, Wm., res 833 Clay 

Damond, D., real estate, 607 Montgomery, S. F., res 
Fourteenth, bot West and Brush 

Dane, Miss, teacher Durant School, res Centennial 
House 

Danforth, Geo. S., carpenter, res 300 Third 

Daniels. G. B.. salesman, 10ij7 and 1071 Broadway, 
res San Pablo Av 

Daniels, S. F., attorney at law, 458 Eighth, rooms 2 
and 3, res cor Third and Filbert 

Daniels, G. B., res SEcor Filbert and Thirtieth 

Danielson, B., clerk, B. 

Danzelmann, John, commission merchant, res 725 
Eighth 

Darling, Thos. L., painter, res Alice, bet 10th and 
17th 

Dargio, Wm. E., manager Tribune, 011 Broadway 

Darrow, Mrs. M. E., res 115(3 Alice 

Dart, P. C, res 1120 Myrtle 

Davero. iMartin, painter, res Willow, bet Lincoln 
and Seward, W. O. 

Davenport, G. L., surveyor M. G. King, 1000 Broad- 
way, room 9 

Davis, C. E., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Goss, bot 
Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Davis, Samuel, porter, res Adeline, bet 28th and 
30th 

Davis, Chas. B., caulker, res Kirkham, bet 8th and 
9th, W. O. 

Davis Henrv, machinist C. P. R. R., res Pine, nr At- 
lantic, W. O. 

Davis, John, laborer, res NW cor Grove and 27th 

Davis, Geo. A. J., merchant, res Franklin, nr 10th 

DAyiS, M., merchant tailor, 409 Seventh 

Davis, John, bookkeeper, res Brush, bet 3d and 4th 

Davis, T. F., salesman Meiggs' lumber yard, S. F., 
res 800 Castro 

Davis. John, teamster, res NE cor Thirty-sixth and 
San Pablo Av 

Davis, J. II., butcher, Thirteenth Av, bet 12th and 
13th, B. 

Davis, F. W., blacksmith, res 1115 Sixteenth 

Davis, H., furniture, 710 Broadway 

Davis, Douglas, blacksmith, res SE cor Fifth and 
Lewis, W. O. 

Davison Bros., carriage manufs, AV. O. 

Davison, Artemas, carriage manuf, W. O. 

Davison. Douglas, carriage manuf, W. O. 

Davies, J., carpenter, res 180 Alice 

David, Chas., Twelfth, bot 2d and 3d Avs, B. 

Davis, .las., first officer U. S. str. J/cP/ie;-io/i,res065 
Madison 

Davis, W. W., real estate agent, 005 Montgomery, S. 
F., res Myrtle, bet 5th and 7th 

Davis, H. B., ship caulker, res SE cor Linden and 
Third 

Davis, Chas. E., salesman, res NE cor Ninth and 
Brush 

Davis, Mrs. W. W., res NW cor Grove and 10th 

Davis, P., shoe maker, res 573 Eighth 

Davis, E. S., Surveyor-General Nevada, res 709 
Eighth 

Davis, W, IL, res 703 Twelfth 

Davis, R. G., slating-block boards, res Webster, bet 
Prospect and Orchard Avs 

Davis, P. E., agent Grover & Baker S. M., res 1012 
Broadway 



Davidson, Jas., carpenter, res Henry, bet 5th and 
7th, W. 0. 

Davison, D. C. res 004 Tenth 

Davidson, , res Goss, bet Pino and Wood, W. 0. 

Daive, Frank, moulder, res 300 Ninth 

Day, John, yard master C. P. R. R., Cedar, bet Short 
and Goss, W. O. 

Day, Mrs. L., boarding house, 503 Eleventh 

Dayley, Thos. W., carpenter, res 630 Filbert 

Day, Jr., L. M., speculator, res 503 Eleventh 

Day, Clinton, architect, 450 Eighth, room 1 

Dean, E. 11. , machinist C. P. R. R., res William, bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Dean, Geo. T., clerk, 300 Cal. St., S. F., res 604 Sixth 

Dean, Miss Ella, assistant teacher, Oak, bet 10th 
and 11th 

Dean, Chas., upholsterer 

Dean, C, stock broker, S. F., res Webster, bet 22d 
and 23d 

Dean, Rev. W. H., Pres. clergyman, B. 

Dean, Geo., real estate, res 604 Sixth 

Deane, Hugh, clerk, Eleventh Av, bet 14th and 
15th, B. 

Deane, John, {Murphy, Grant & Co.), res 1107 
Jackson 

Deane, Mrs. E.. Eleventh Av, bet 14th and 15th, B. 

Deering, Henrv, tailor, res 1018 Broadway 

DE FORREST & GASKILL, job printing, 828 
Broadway 

De Forrest, H. L., job printer, 828 Broadway 

De Forest, A., stock speculator, res Brush, bot 11th 
and 121 h 

De Fremery, H., Custom House Depot, res Four- 
teenth, bet Linden and Filbert 

De Fremery, Wm. C. B., importer, 701 Sansome St., 
S. F., res Franklin, bet 17th and 18th 

Degenhardt, W. A., carpenter, 517 Fourth 

Degen, Geo. T. A. B., Cal. Military Academy, cor 
Telegraph Av and Broadway 

Degtin, St., gardener, res Castro, bet 10th and 20th 

Degnan, Thos., carpenter, res Twenty-filth, bet 
Telegraph Av and Broadway 

Do Gregore, L., fruit store. Seventh, W. O. 

Deitrick, A. A., butcher, 830 Clay 

De Lamontanya, M., stoves and tinware, 1011 Broad- 
way, res cor Sixth and Grove 

De Lamontanya, Jr., M., stoves and tinware, 1011 
Broadway, res cor Sixth and Grove 

Delanov, F. N., clerk C. P. R. R., res Twelfth, bet 
Willow and Wood, W. 0. 

De Laguna, Wm., clerk Chas. L. Taylor, res Kelsey 
House 

De La Montanye, H., speculator, B. 

Delaney, Jas., laborer, res Adeline, bet 1st and 3d 

Delger, E. F., jeweler, 761 Broadway, ros N s Frede- 
rick, bet Telegraph and San Pablo Avs 

Delger, F., capitalist, res N W cor Telegraph Av and 
Nineteenth 

Demaraais, Geo., engineer, res Campbell, bot Rail- 
road Av and William, W. O. 

Demaris, Chas., Capt., Simmons Block 2 

Demaris, Jr., Chas., Simmons Block, Second St. 

Demarais, .carpenter, res Twenty-first, bet West 

aud Brush 

Deming, Jay, agent Whitney's Express, res. 520 
Ninth 

Deming, H. A., agent Butterick's Patterns, 111 Post, 
S. F. , res 857 Harrison 

Deming, J. D., P. M. S. S. Co.. res Twelfth 

Demina, A., carriage painter, res 300 Fifth 

Dempsev, P., carpenter, res Chester, bet 5th and 
7th, W. 0. 

Denant, Eranne, fruit store 

Denen, A. M., carpenter, res Willow, bet 7th and 
William, W. O. 

Denisen, Thos., res Tenth, bet Cypress and Center, 
W. O. 

Denise, J. H., groceries and fruits, 801% Broadway 

Denis, O., butcher, res cor Eleventh Av and Nine- 
teenth, B. 

Denison, E., news agent C. P. R. R., res 953 Eighth 

Denison, Chas. H., insurance agent, res Myrtle, bet 
8th and 10th 

Dennis, W. H., teamster, res Tenth, bet Washing- 
ton and Broadway 

Denney. D., retired physician, res SW cor North 
Broadway and Twenty-first 

Dennan, John, C. P. R. R., res Twenty-first, bet 
West and Curtis 



^ards, Bill and Letter Heads, a specialty, at DE FQHREST & GASKILL'S, 828 B'y, 



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L. L. PAULSON'S DIEECTOEY 



R. E. SMITH. 



H. E. MOSHER. 



BLACKSMITHS & WAGON MAKE 



OPPOSITE P. O. 



CENTREVILLE, 



ALAMEDA CO., CAL. 




MANUFACTURERS OP 



Sgridultufctl Iii\f)leir\e:qt£ 



OP ALL KINDS. 



HEW AND SECOND HAND BOGIES 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE. 



All Work Warranted First-Class, 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 



Oakland Stone Manufactur'g Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Dennis, Mrs. E. II., ros 511 Tenth 

Denny, Mrs. M. E.. res Grove, head of Twenty-sixth 

Depaiis, Victor, engineer, res SW cor Fourth and 

Clay 
Depue, Jas., canvasser, B. 
Derby. II. J., tanner aud currier, B. 
Dorbv, J. S., tanner, B. 
Des Rochors, C. L., broker, res Sixteenth, bet 8th 

and Uth Avs, B. 
Do Succa, B., retired merchant, res 654 Fifth 
Detels, M., grocer, res X\V cor Peralta and Taylor, 

W. 0. 
Develette, Louis, laborer, res Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 
Devins, Edward, salesman, res Second, bet Alice 

and Jackson 
Devine, M.Junk dealer, ros Brush, bet 18th and 10th 
Dowev, A. T., publisher, S. F., res Franklin, bet 

Kith and 17th 
Dews, Ben. A., proptr Oakland Tribune, res 658 

Ninth 
Dews, Win. B., res 658 Ninth 
Dexter, Franklin, candy inanuf, res Morrimac PI, 

bet Telegraph Av and Webster 
Diamond, Jacob, res Castro, bet 17th and 18th 
Diamond, Ludivick, insurance, Castro, bet 17th and 

18th 
Diamond, Bobt., seaman, res Third, bet Center and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Dick, B. C, agent Phoenix and Home insurance 

companies, office 1001 Broadway, room 16 
Dickerson, Wm. L., carpenter, Henry, bet Oth and 

7th, W. 0. 
Dickie, Frank S., house mover, res 1003 Franklin 
Diedrichsohn, A., pool parlors, W. 0. 
Diego, Count, , Italian Consul, res Lake, bet 

Jackson and Madison 
Dillon, Win. J., res Third, nr Adeline 
Dillon, Jos. M., city assessor, ros SE cor Seventh 

and Oak 
Dillignn, Jas., laborer, B. 
Dimond H., capitalist, res 967 Jackson 
Dinemoro, Luther, contractor, res Chester, bet 10th 

and 12th, W. 0. 
Dinsmore, Win. G., druggist, 1059 Broadway, res 

11 ->0 Alice 
Dives, Jas. fUTramnn & Dives J, res NE cor Tele- 
graph Av and Durant 
Divine, Thos., laborer, res Campbell, bet 7th and 

8th, W. 0. 
Dix, Kufus, house mover, res cor Lydia and Curtis 
Dix, Win., laborer, res Twelfth, bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. 0. 
Dixon, Geo., stableman, B. 
Dixon, John, res SW cor Filbert and Tenth 
Dixon, Sam'l L., clerk, res SW cor Filbert and 

Tenth 
Dixon, Lucas, res SW cor Filbert and Tenth 
Dixon, Jas., laborer, res cor Sixteenth and Tenth 

Av, B. 
Dixon, Edward, res Eighteenth, botWest and Market 
Dixon, James, stableman, B. 
Dodge, J. \V., sewing machine agent, res SW cor 

Fifth and Jefferson 
Dodge, J. A., police officer, res 260 Fifth 
Dodge, Gen. Geo. S., capitalist, res Madison, bet 

8th and 9th 
Dodge, C. F., mining speculator, res Eighth, bet 

Kirkham and Poplar, W. 0. 
Dodson. Mrs. S., res 703 Washington 
Dods, Jas., stock speculator, ros 1006 Webster 
Doe, F. A., clerk Luke Doe, res 665 Twelfth 
Doe, Luke, real estate broker, 958 Broadway, ros G65 

Twelfth 
Donahue, B. J., restaurant, 460 Seventh, res cor 

Third and Ellis 
Doherty, John, civil engineer, res 721 Fifth 

Dohrman, , night clerk Tubbs' Hotel, B. 

Dolan, Thos., painter, res 160 Seventh 

Dolan, Jas., res 800 Jefferson 

Dolan, Patrick, lather, res Charter, bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 
Dolan, Frank, res 835 Clay 
Dolan, Frank, contractor, res 800 Jefferson 
Dolan, Thos., laborer, res SE cor Fifth and Chester, 

W. o. 
Dole, Miss Ella, music teacher, res 567 Eighth 
Doling, Frank, carpenter and contractor, B. 
Donahue, Win., brick mason, res SW cor Twenty- 
first and Brush 



Donahue, Murthy, laborer, res NE cor West and 
Seventeenth 

Donahue, John T., carpenter, res cor Market and 
Thirteenth, W. 0. 

Donnelly, John, machinist, res Goss, bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. 0. 

Donovan, Patrick, builder, res San Pablo Av, bet 
Delger and Hobart 

Donollan, Thos., expressman, res NW cor Twenty- 
ninth and West 



P. Donovan, Huilder. 



J. P. Donovan, Architect. 



DONOVAN & SON, 



456 EIKHTII STREET, «AKLASD. 

Plans, Specifications, Detail Drawings and Estimates 
of all classes of buildings, furnished at short notice. 



Donovan, J. P.. architect, 4-56 Eighth, res San Pablo 

Av, bet Delger and Hobart 
Donovan & Son. architects, 456 Eighth, res San Pablo 

Av, bet Delger and Hobart 
Donovan, P., architect, res San Pablo Av 
Donovan, Miss Maggie, millinery, 1000 Broadway, 

res 613 Sixth 
Donovan, Daniel, laborer, Alice, bet 5th and 6th 
Donovan, Daniel, laborer, res Sixteenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 
Donovan, N., res SOS Castro^ 
Donovan, Mrs. M. v res 613 Sixth 
Doody, Miles, painter, res 565 Sixth 
Doolittle, H., house and sign painter, SE cor Ninth 

and Grove 
Dorgan, John, carpenter, res Twelfth, bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Dorn. S. P. H., butcher, 829 and 831 Broadway, res 

Newland's Hotel 
Dornin, O. G., paying teller Union Bank, res 5th Av 

bet 15th and 16th 
Dorr, G., carpenter, res 828 Jefferson 
Drosbach, Andrew, machinist, res Elm, bet Grove 

and San Pablo Av 
Doty, C. H., Pacific Transfer Co., 110 Sutter, S. F., 

res 667 Third 
Dougherty, Geo., moulder, res NE cor Third and 

Franklin 
Douglas, 0. P., accountant, res Union, bet 26th and 

28th, W. 0. 
Douglass, N. S., plumbing and tinning, 460 Twelfth, 

res cor Thirtieth and Chestnut 
Dove, Miss Jennie, hair dresser, 903 Webster 
Dow, L., car builder, res Third, nr Adeline 
Dow, Mrs. E. A., dressmaker, 461 Ninth 
Dow, Win., res Goss, bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Dowd, B., laborer, res 725 Myrtle 
Doud, Collins, clerk, res Madison, bet 15th and 

Lake 
Dowling, M. F., miller, res SE cor Twelfth and Wood, 

W. 0. 

Dowl, John, milkman, res Charter, bet ban Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 



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All Choice Brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, 

Cigaritas and kverv Article in the Trade 

Constancy on Hand. 

Next Door to Post Office, OAKLAND. 



Down, Geo., boarding house, Railroad Av, W. 0. 

Downey, Mrs. A., res 665 Fifth 

Downing, Theo., livery and feod stable, Fourth, bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Downov, Francis, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and 
Fifth , , 

Doyle, Lawrence, laborer, res Grove, bet Aldon and 
Sycamore 

Drake, Geo. W., wood and coal, Rowe's Vv harf, S. F., 
res Seward, bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Draper, C. F., physician, res and office 957 Wash- 
ington 

Dressier, G., boot maker, under Union House, B. 



, Orders by mail for Job Printing solicited by DE POUKEST & CtASKILL, 828 B'y. 



To become good Speakers, secure the Instruction of PHOF. VAN DeMARK. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S DIRECTORY 



WM. H. HARRISON. 



WM. B. SMITE 




The Coaches of the above Company will, on and after April 15th, make two 
trips daily to the 

LIVEEMORE COAL MINES' 



LEAVE LIVERMORE: 
9:45 A. M. ) Or on Arrival of 
6:30 P. M. /East Bound Trains. 



LEAVE COAL MINES: 
12 M., 
8:30 P. M. 



CARRYING U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS. 

Office at Fashion Stables, Livermore, Gal 





^PESHBBK- Fashion Livery Stabler 

First St, let. Oil Fellows' Hall and Liveraore Valley Flouring: Mills, Liyermore 

HARRISON & SMITH, Proprietors. 



Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways and Saddle-Animals always on hand 
Tourists, Excursion Parties and others supplied -with fine Turnouts 
Gentle horses and experienced drivers at moderate prices. UNHORSES 
BOARDED. 



RECEIVING AND SHIPPING STOCK A SPECIALTY 
GIVE US A CALL. 



All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. C 



Pacific Stone Artificial Work, 472 Seventh St., and cor. Second and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Drew, Geo. I., carpenter, res Eighth Av, bet 10th 

and 17th, B. 
Drevfus, B.. confectionery, stationery, etc., Railroad 

Av. \V r . 0. 
Dreyer, F., laborer, 409 Ninth 
Drink water, L. H., V. M. S. S. Co., res Fifteenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
ligscol, Denis, sail maker, res SW cor Atlantic and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Driscol John, laborer, res SW cor Atlantic and 

Campbell, W. 0. 
Driscull, Michael, laborer, res 720 Filbert 
Drogan, J as., res 814 Third 
Drusbaeh, , laborer, 413 Eleventh, res Elm, nr 

San Pablo Av 
Drucker, H., Capital Saloon, 1055 Thirteenth Av, B. 
Drum, J. S., capitalist, res 953 Market 
Dryden, Wtn. S., grocery, Twenty-second, bet Curtis 

and West 
Dryer, John H., boot maker F. Senram 
Drynen, John, U. S. Mint, res 227 Tenth 
Ducey, P., laborer, res Sixth Av, bet 10th and 17th, 

B. 
Duckett, E., clerk, res Henry, bet Oth and 7th 
Ducker, Jas., porter, 851 Broadway 
Ducronuet, Jos., res 510 Second 
Duffy, Mrs., res 

Duffy, E. F., carpenter, res 835 Clay 
Dugan, Geo. J., lathor, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Dugry, Chas., plasterer, res Bay PI, bet Telegraph 

Av and New Broadway 
Dugan, Thos., laborer, res Fifth, bot Linden and 

Filbert 
Dulion, E., butcher, 420 Ninth, res 957 Franklin 
Dulion, A., butcher, 420 Ninth, res 957 Franklin 
Dunand, Louis, clerk, res 518 Fourth 
Duncan, Mrs. F., res 719 Tenth 
Duncan, John J., clerk, res 719 Tenth 
Duncan, A., res 719 Tenth 
Dundass, N., stableman 803 Broadway 
Dungan, Root., carpenter, res Third, bet Campbell 

and Willow, \V. 0. 
Dunham, Murray, photographer, res 523 Tenth 
Dunham, U. 8., res 858 Jefferson 
Dunham, Geo. P., hack driver, res 524 Sixth 
Dun lap, H. A., house mover, res cor Lydia and 

Curtis 
Dunmire, S., carriage maker, res Franklin, bet 17th 

and 18th 
Dunning, E. B., Fourteenth, bet Castro^nd Grove 
Dunn, S. \V r ., book agent, res Grove, 15ot 19th and 

20th 
Dunn, John, painter, res 323 Eleventh 
Dunn, John, engineer, B. 
Dunn, J. 6., capitalist, 402 Eighth, res Market, opp 

9th 
Dunphy, Thos., lather, res Twentieth, bet West and 

Brush 
punster, Isaac, res nr SW cor Clay and Fourth 
Dupont, Victor, prof of languages, res 104 Seventh 
Durant, Mrs. E. B., res N\V cor Seventeenth and 

Franklin 
Durham & Buffett, carriage and wagon makers, 8(38 

Washington 
Durham, John, carriage and wagon maker, res cor 

Fifth and Webster 
Durwing, Jas., capitalist, res Alta House 
Durr, Joseph, butcher, Thirteenth, B. 
Durst, J., res Adeline, bet 12th and 13th 
Dusenburg, M. T., notary public, teller Oakland 

Bank of Savings, res E s Adeline, bot 14th and 10th 
Dutil, L. Z., bookkeeper, res 1057 Alice 
Dutton, Henry, blacksmith, ros Clay, bet 4th and 5th 
Dyer, Goo. F., brick layer, res Peralta, bet 30th and 

38th 
Dyer, J. P., miner, res Jackson, bet 19th and Lake 
Dyer, Wm. 1L, clerk, 771 Seventh, bet Market and 

Brush 
Dyer, S. J., plasterer, res Peralta, bet 36th and 38th 
Dyer, Mrs.^D. E., ros Telegraph Av, bet 17th and 18th 
Dyer, Mrs. M. J., dress maker, res Thirteenth, bet 

Webster and Franklin 
Bwyer, C, cartman 
Eadon, W. H., clerk Crane & Brigham, S. F., res 

Walton, bot Grove and West 
Eagar, Thos., stock dealer, B. 
Early, S. G., agent Davis Sewing Machine Co., cor 

Twelfth and Broadway, res 1210 Franklin 



Earl, J., general emigrant agent, res Market, bet 

13th and 14th 
Earnest, J. T., commission merchant, 302 Davis, S. 

F., res 905 Clay 
Eason, W. L., printer Oakland Daily Tribune, 911 

Broadway, res Newland Hotel 
Eastman, F. G., foreman Oakland Paving Co., res 

Twenty-fifth, bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 
Easton, Jas., cabinet maker, SW cor Eighteenth 

and Harrison 
Eaton, Jas., plasterer, res 323 Eleventh 
Eborhart, A., wine merchant, res 720 Tenth 
Ecclos, Wm., plumber, res N\V cor Twentieth and 

Brush 
Echart, Louis, butcher A. Koob, res cor Twenty- 
second and Broadway 
Echerts, Geo., appraiser of jewels, res 1059 Wash- 
ington 
Eckloy, Henry, (Jas. W. Burnham & Co.J,S. F., res 

San Pablo Av, bet 21st and 22d 
Ecklos, Clement, carpenter, res 814 Clay 
Eells, D.D., Jas., pastor First Presbyterian Church 
Eddings, W. C. Gem Saloon, Railroad Av, W . 0. 
Edgar, Jas., mining speculator, ros 770 Thirteenth, 

cor West 
Edgar, Arthur, farmer, res NWcor West and Nolan 
Edgley, Anson, painter, res 850 Harrison 
Edlen, John, fireman C. P. R. R., res Peralta, bot 

4th and 5th, W. O. 
Edmonds, W. J., barber, 833 Franklin 
Edwards, Wm., carpenter, res 422 Fourteenth, B. 
Edwards, G. H., C. f. R. It., res Knox House 
Edwards, J., physician, res i\E cor Adeline and 

Seventh 
Edwards, D. B., retired sea captain, res 312 Seventh 
Edwards, W. S., boarding house, Telegraph Av, bet 

Knox PI and 20th 

THE AKLINUTOIt CASfOY FACTORY, 

NINTH STREET, near the Post Office, OAKLAND. 
Wholesale and Retail. 

The manager of this complete Conteotiunery Estab- 
lishment desires to call your attention to the beautiful 
and delightful eating quality of the candies Manufact- 
ured daily. 

Our workmen are first-class, and are from the best 
factories of Boston, Washington and Philadelphia 

Candy Articles for Parties and Weddings made to 
order. GEO. W. EDWAKDS. 



EDWARDS, GEO. W., notary public, 457 Ninth, E s 

San Pablo Av, bet 20th and 21st 
Edwards, R. W., jeweler, res 554 Twelfth 
Edwards, W. E., bellows manuf, ros Lincoln, bot 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Edwards, E. W., carpenter, ros Fifth, bet Center and 

Chester, W. O. 
Egan, John, coachman, res Third, bet Chestnut and 

Adeline, W. U. 
Egbert, rt. S., flour mill, res 1123 Myrtle 
Egrt, Lewis, butcher City Market 
Eichman, P. G., barber, 828 Broadway 
Eimer, Wm., boot maker, 1020 Broadway 
Eitol, Chas., salesman, ros Henry, bet 5th and 7th, 

W. U. 
Ekey, Robt., stair builder, res 310 Fifth 
Ekey, Robert, stair builder, 315 Fifth, W. 0. 
Elan, Win., waiter, 403 and 405 Seventh 
Eland, Robert, lodging house, cor Franklin and 

Seventh 
Elder, Alex., commission merchant, 204 Front, S. F., 

res Merimac PI, bet Telegraph Av and Webster 
Elford, Alfred, clerk, 400-404 Second, res 010 Filth 
Elford, William, Standford's Mill, res 008 Fifth 
Elford, R., Stanford's Mill, ros 008 Fifth 
Eloy, Goo. S. B., engineer C. P. R. R., res Chester, 

bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 
Elford, A. T., 010 Fifth 

Elicson, C. H., clerk Oakland P. O., res 1059 Wash- 
ington 

Ellis, Miss , seamstress, res 409 First 

Ellis, John, miller, ros Railroad Exchange, Seventh, 

W. 0. 
Ellis, Col., fireman C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine 

and Wood, W. 0. 
Ellis, A., machinist C. P. R. R., res Peralta, bot 3d 

and 5th, W. 0. 
Elliot, , whitowasher, res Adeline, bet 24th and 

20th 
Ellis, R. W., physician, res Brush, bet 11th and 12th 



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Ellis, C. H., carpenter, res 711 Castro 

Elliot, Kobt., carpenter, res 057 Grove 

Elliot, H. C, teamster, B. 

pjlliot, Jas., teamster, res 010 Second 

Elliot, K. W., lumber dealer, res Seventh, bet Ade- 
line and Chestnut 

Elliot, Fred-, printer, res San Pablo Av, bet 22d*and 
'24th 

Ellis. J. 11., painter, res Eleventh Av, bet 10th and 
17th, B. 

Elliot, A. T., commission merchant, 123 California, 
S. F., res 10(51 Grove 

Ellsworth, Mrs. L., dressmaker 

ELLSVVURTH, Mks. C, private boarding house, 409 
Twelfth 

Ellwood, W'm- B., grocery and saloon, NW cor Kirk- 
ham and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Ellwood, P. W., stair builder, res 009 Fourth 

Elmore, S., res Sj'camore, bet Grove and Telegraph 
Av 

Elsey, Chas., 653 Eleventh 

Elwt-11. T. H„ res 710 Franklin 

Ely, 0. C, mining stock speculator, res 1059 Wash- 
ington 

Ely, Mrs. A.,Tes cor Twenty-sixth and Union, W. 0. 

Elzy, E. J., mining supt, res 1108 Market 

Erne, Ernest, jeweler, res Eighth, bet Cypress and 
Kirk ham, W. U. 

Erne, Claud, res Eighth, bet Cypress and Kirkham, 
W. U. 

Emerson, Ralph, res 1055 Grove 

Emery, J. S., President Oakland R. R. Co., Wilcox 
Block, res San Pablo Road 

Emond, Peter, painter, res SW cor Franklin and 
Seventh 

Engberg, P., carpenter, ros 1110 Washington 

Engebretson, F., laborer, res Fifth, bet Filbert and 
Myrtle 

English, W. B., farmer, res Harrison, bet 11th and 
10th 

English, John T., carpenter, ros Twelfth, bet Center 
and Kirkham, \V. O. 

Ennis, Win., fireman, res Fifth, bet Henry and 
Chester, \V. U. 

Ennis, Antone, watchman C. P. R. R., res Fifth, bet 
Henry and Chester, W. 0. 

Ennis, A., ros Thirteenth, bet Wood and Willow, 

w.o. 

Erickson, Erick, upholsterer, res Fourteenth, bet 

_ Broadway and Franklin 
Ericson, E., tailor, 1050 Broadway, ros Golden Star 

Hotel 
Ericsson, P. E., cabinet maker, res NE cor Franklin 

and Tenth 
Ermath, P., lumberman, NW cor Myrtle and Eight- 
eenth 
Espy, John, weaver, res Twenty-second, bet West 

and Brush 
Estes, La Mont W., machinist, res 557 Seventh 
Esterly, R. G., res Twelfth, bet Willow and Wood, 

W. 0. 
Eustice, James, expressman, res William, bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Evans, A. K., capitalist, ros Plymouth and Elm 
Evans, C. West, contractor, res Sycamore, bet Grove 

and Telegraph Av 
Everett, Edward, salesman, 501 Market, S. F., ros 

719 Eighth 
Everson, W. 1., res 703 Webster 
Evorson, Capt. A., mining stock speculator, res 1059 

Washington 
Evors, Jos., expressman, res 752 Franklin 
Everson, W. & M., hardware, cor Broadway and 

Nineteenth 
Ewing, J. C, book agont, res North Broadway, opp 

Morrirnac PI 
Ezekiols, Mrs. J., res SE cor Edwards and Telegraph 

Av 
Fairchilds, J. C, surveyor, res SW cor Twelfth and 

Clay 
Fairehild, 0. L. C, printer, res 770 Thirteenth 
Fairchilds, xMrs. M. R.,res SW cor Twelfth and Clay 
Fairchilds, J. H., res Grove, bet 10th and 17th 
Falkner, Jas., carpenter, res Thirtieth, bet Union 

and Magnolia, W. O. 
Fallon, J os., contractor, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Fallon, M., ros SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Fallen, P., laborer, res Twenty-second, bet West 

and Brush 



Fallmor, R. F., cabinet maker, res 119 Tenth 

Fallon, Jas., C. P. R, R., res Third, bet Adeline and 
Magnolia, W. 0. 

Fannon, John, laborer, res Lewis, nr 3d, W. 0. 

Faquhar, Mrs. M. A., res 819 Webster 

FARDEL & BUETI, photographers, Broadway, bet 
13th and 14th 

Farley, Kobt., marble worker, res SW cor Grove 
and Sycamore 

Farm, John F., Merchants' Ex. Bank, Webster, bet 
14th and 10th 

Farno, A. C, collector, cor Seventh and Washing- 
ton, res cor Broadway and Fifteenth 

Farnum, W., carpenter, res Fourteenth, bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 

Farnam, E., stock broker, S. F. 

Farno, A. C, physician, res NW cor Fifteenth and 
Brash 

Farnum, Mrs. W. H., dressmaker, res 837 Clay 

Farrish, Ransom, carpenter, res 171 Third 

Farrish, Wm. H., machinist, res 171 Third 

Farrell, Jas., car repairer, res Wood, bet Seward 
and Lincoln 

Farrell, John, groeor, res NW cor Eighth and Wil- 
low 

Farrell, John, saloon, cor Broadway and Third 

Farrington, E. D., assayer, 413 Eleventh, res Sev- 
enteenth, bet Market and West 

Farren, W. 1)., tax collector, S. F., res 012 Ninth 

Farwell & Garrigan. paints, oils, glass, etc., iS (9 Bdwy 

Farwell, F. M., paints, oils, glass, etc., 809 Broad- 
way, res Fighth, nr Franklin 

Farwell & Hirshley, gents' furnishing goods, 1103 
Broadway 

Farwell, Geo. E., gents' furnishing goods, res Fifth, 
bet Broadway and Washington 

Farwell, Capt. J. L»., president Cordage Co., res 1059 
Washington 

FARWELL, B. E., livery stable, Telegraph Av, bet 
23d and 24th 

Fassett, 11. 11., Homo Mutual Fire Ins., ros SW cor 
Wood and Seward, W. O. 

Faulkner, Mrs. C. S.. res Grove, bet 19th and 20th 

Favor, J. 0., sash and blind maker, res SE cor Third 
and Adeline 

Feeney, Pat., tiroman, res 317 Fourth 

Fellows, E. C. supt Western Division C. P. R. R., 
res 940 Mynle 

Felton, J. B., lawyer, res 930 Adeline 

Felt, Jos., laborer, res Goss, nr Bay, W. 0. 

Felvor, I)., cigar store, cor Twelfth and Broadway, 
res cor San Pablo Av and Twenty-eighth 

Fenn, F. W., stock broker, S. F., ros Prospect Av, 
bet Telegraph and Webster 



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Fonner, A., carriage maker, Broadway, bet 2d and 

3d, res Oakland Hguso 
Feony, Jas., Appraiser's Office, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Forgusson, Miss Lizzie, res Twenty-sixth, bet Grove 

and West 
Ferguson, Mrs. M. A., res Harrison, bet 7th and 8th 
Ferre, II. R., res Eighth, bet Myrtle and Filbert 
Ferris, Mrs. B. F., res 40s Fifth 
Ferris, David C, stock dealer, res Jackson, bet loth 

and 10th 
Fick, Mrs. A., fancv store, Seventh, opp. P. 0., W. 0. 
Fick, August, house painter, ros Seventh, opp P. 0., 

W. 0. 
Fiego, Richard, upholsterer, res Taylor, bet Willow 

and Campbell 
Fielding, John C, photographer, Harrison, bet Oth 

ana 7th 
Fifty Associates, 402 Eighth 
Fike, N., junk dealer, 740 Pacific, S. F., res Peralta, 

nr Fifth, W. 0. 
Fillmore, John, gardener, res Twenty-first, bet West 

and Brush 
Fillmore, Jas., clerk, NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 



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Fillio, N., special policeman, B. 

Filuior, Win., res Thirteenth, bet Kirkham and 

Con ter, W. 0. 
Findlay. J as., fireman, res 714 Franklin 
Finegan, J. C, tinsmith, res 914 Fifth 
Finey, Daniel, laborer, res William, bet Pino and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
F1XKELDY, F., butcher, Broadway, bet 3d and 

4th 
Fink ley, II., butchor, res bet 1st and 2d 
Finch, Wm. H., trunk dealer, 21 Sansomo, S. F., res 

SW cor Seward and Tine, W. 0. 
Finuoy, A. K., blacksmith, res Seventeenth, bet 5th 

and tith Avs, B. 
Finney, J. VV r . J., printer Oakland Daily Transcript, 

res 834 Franklin 
Finnigan, M. J., painter, res Nineteenth, bet Brush 

and Castro 
Finney, Mrs. G. W., res 473 Eleventh 
First National Gold bank of Oakland, 9G9 Bdwy 
Fisher, Geo., laborer 

Fisher, G. M., cashier Bank of Oakland, 969 Broad- 
way, res cor Filbert and Eighteenth 
Fisher, L. J., advertising agent, S. F., res Brown, 

bet Grove and West 
Fisher, B. P., carpenter, res 358 Seventh 
Fisher, Aaron I)., carpenter, res Cedar, bet 7th and 

Goss, W. 0. 
Fisher, John, painter, SW cor Fourth and Grove 
fisher, Mrs. E. G., res 302 First 
Fish, J. H., banker, 534 Caliiornia, S. F., res SE cor 

Grove and Ninth 
Fisher, John, painter, res SW cor Fourth and Clay 
lusher, Geo., physician, S. P., res 813 Brush 
Jbisher, M., grocer, SW cor Fourth and Clay, res 

same 
Fish, N. P., shoemaker, 880 East Fourteenth, B. 
fisher, M. W., physician, res and office 461 Four- 
teenth, B. 
Fisher, Mrs., music teacher 
Fisher, G. M., painter 



Dealer m GROCERIES, provisions and crockery ware, 

ALSO, 

Of the Best Qualities. 



Fitz Gibbon, Thos., hackdriver, res S1U Harrison 
fitzel Peter, coal yard, NE cor Washington and 

oth, res 804 Jefferson 
Fitzele, Thos. J., engineer Palace Hotel, S. F., res 620 

>«inth 
Fitzgerald, Edward, salesman, "Broadway, res cor 

Seventeenth and West 
Fitzgerald, J as., hostler, res Third, bet Linden and 
I filbert 
Fitzgerald, Mrs. K., res SW cor Twenty-second and 

Linden 
Fitzgerald, Maurice, laborer, NWcor Cypress and 

Kukhaui, W. 0. 
\ fttzgerald, Edward, shoemaker, res Seventh, nr 

' Fitzimiurice, J., gardener, res Fifteenth, bet Brush 
una Castro 
■LAGG, MRS. JULIA A., Grand Western Hotel, 

Fla8 U est' H " St ° Ck broker ' S - F " res 80i Tenth, cor 
Flaharty, Thos. S., painter, res 363 Eighth 
Meek, C, barber, 919 Broadway, res 721 Sixth 
Fleming, J. R., res 304 Ninth 
lletcner T.M., hostler, res Second, bo. Jackson 

and Afadison 
Fletcher, W. F., res 39 Valley 

Wood? W.'O.' R R ' ' r6S G ° SS ' b8t Fin ° and 
H*30tn r ' R ° bt " coachman ' re3 Filbert, bet 28th and 
fe' £ «• r ^ 3 ,. SW £ or Sixteenth and Castro 

s £• ' £§#' P ^ ody & CoJ > iu » California, 
ft. f ., res .»U8 Twelfth 

F-i;^ n" ro ? > Ei 3 hth . be t Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Broa^wa •'' St ° re ' mi Broadwa y> res 97 1 



Flint, L., boot and shoo maker, Seventh, W. 0. 
ilood, Isaac, kalsominer, B. 
Flood, Mrs. Wm. C, res West, bet 14th and 15th 
flood, Joseph, plumber, res West, bet 14th and 

loth 
Flora, E. II., house mover, res Lydia.bet Curtis and 

Market 
Flore, M. R„ house mover, res Twenty-second, bet 

Linden and Myrtle 
Floud, John W., plumber, res Twenty-Fifth, bet 

lolegraph Av and Broadway 
I lynn, A., grocer, N W cor Twenty-second and Myr- 
tle 
Flynn, Edmond, res Fourth, bet Brush and Castro 
f lynn, J as., upholsterer, res 1057 Webster 
flynn, Patrick, laborer, res Lewis, bet 5th and 7th, 

W . 0. 
Flynn, II., blacksmith, res Cedar, nr 7th, W. 0. 
flynn, Richard, laborer, ros Cedar, bot Goss and 

short, \V. 0. 
Fogg, G. II., city justice of peace, res Webster, bet 

Prospect and Orchard Avs 
Fogg G. E. student, res Webster, bot Prospect and 

Urchard Avs 
Fogg, Jos. S., carpenter, res 813 Market 
fogg.Geo. W.,supt Pacific Iron Works, S. F., res 

&E cor Seventh and Filbert 
Fogg, John B., brick mason, res 563 Sevonth 
f oloy, J.J capitalist, ros SW cor Peralta and Lin- 
coln, \V. U. 
Foley, John, laborer, res Twenty-sevonth, bet Grove 

and West 
Foley, Thos., laborer, res Chestnut, bet 1st and 3d 
1'olger, A. f ., cotlee and spices, 104 California. S. F. 

res NE cor Taylor &, Willow, W. 0. 
f olger, S. C, collector, res 303 Second 
f olger, Geo. S., teamster, res 303 Second 
follrath.A., blacksmith, Twelfth, bot Franklin and 

Webster, res 964 Castro 
Folsom, A., clerk Grand Central Hotel, Twelfth 
folte, (ius, bookkeeper, cor Tenth and Bruadwav 

ros Washington, betSth and Oth 
Fonda, D. B., engineer, res Goss, bet Pino and Wood. 

Fonda', t>. W C. P. R. R., res Goss. bot Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Fonte, J., farmer, B. 
Fonte, A., general merchandise, B. 
fonte, M., farmer, B. 

FORBES FREDERICK, wood and coal yard. Rail- 

rotLd Av, \\ . (J. 
Ford. A. general merchandise, cor Fourteenth Av 

and East Twelfth, B. 

Fo *&i. J i> B "* lllmber dealer, res cor Fifth Av and 
Jtn, Jj. 

Ford, Geo., laborer, res 818 Twolfth 

lord, J A., porter C. P. R. R., res 764 Sixth 

ford, John L., speculator, ros 765 Grove 

Forg, Chas., saloon keeper, 461 and 463 Sixth, bet 
Broadway and Washington 

f orney, Mrs. Mary, res Third, bet Linden and Fil- 
bert 

Forson, 0. C, C. P. R. R., 1112 Seventh Av B 

FORRESTER, J "AM ES D., veterinary surgeon, cor 
franklin and Second, ros 373 Fifth 

Fortin, V. L., bookkeeper, room 10 Wilcox Block 

loss, Mrs. 0., res 310 Fourth 

Forte, W. W., lawyer, res NE cor Thirteenth and 
Brush 

Foster, Henry A., carpenter, res Custer, bet 3d and 
oth, W. 0. 

Foster, Thos. (J. J. O'Brien & Co J, ros Centennial 
House 

Foster, T., dry goods, 1117 and 1119 Broadway res 
Centennial Hotel 

Foster, Thos., oyster dealer, res Fifteenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 

Foster, Mrs. Jas. H., res 758 Castro 

Foster, John, carpenter, res Filbert, bet 28th and 
30th 

Foster, John, laborer, res Henry, bet 6th and 7th, 

Foucault, V. M., real estate agent, S. F., res Char- 
ter, bet ban Pablo and Telegraph Avs 

f oulkes, Jas. F., physician, res Twelfth, bet Clay and 
Jefferson 

Foulkes, J. Frank, clerk, res Twelfth, bet Clay and 
J etlerson 

Foulkes, Kyle, hatter M. Brink, res 571 Twelfth 



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Complete in all details, for ingress and egress, its acoustic 
properties and the comfort and convenience of its au- 
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and possesses comfortable seating capacity 

FOR OVER 3000 PERSONS, 

With Twelve Handsome Proscenium Boxes and Twenty-Two Mezzanine Boxes. 

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Fountain, G. W., travelling agent, res NE cor 
Seventeenth and North Broadway 

Fountain, Win. H., clerk, 1153 Broadway 

Fountain, W. H., real estate, res Telegraph Ave, bet 
Charter and Sycamore 

Fowler, J. H., engineer, B. 

Fowler, W. W., real estate, 917 Broadway, res 702 
Tenth, cor Castro 

Fowler, J., merchant, res North Broadway, bet 20th 
and 21st 

Fowler, D. C, New York Branch Bakery, Broad- 
way, bet 14th and 10th 

Fos, John, coachman, res 621 Thirteenth 

Fox, C. N., lawyer, S. F., res Market, bet 11th and 
12th 

Fox, J. F., salesman, res Thirteenth, bet Kirkham 
and Center, W. 0. 

Fox, 1. D., carpenter, res NW cor Willow and Wil- 
liam, W. 0. 

Fox, John S., carpenter, res 360 Fifth 

Foy, Marston, laborer, B. 

Francis, S., tailor, 100o Broadway, res 836 Clay 

Frank, J., upholsterer P, Schreiber 

FranK, Win., mining speculator, res NE cor Har- 
rison and Seventh 



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Frank, Geo., porter C. P. R. R., res William, bet 

Bine and Cedar, W. O. 
Frank, Chas., liquor dealer, Clay, S. F., res 814 

Third 
Frary, Kobt., plumber, 965 Franklin 
'•vary, J. 11., painter, res 509 Sixth 
Frary, J. F., res 50sl Sixth 
i'rasur, Kobt., ship joiner, res NE cor Twelfth and 

Wood, W. O. 
Fraser, S. W., carpenter, res 305 Third 
Fraser, Thomas, clergymen, res 916 Myrtle 
Fraser, L). G., carpenter, res Linden, bet 18th and 

19th 
Fraunoder, L., machinist, 65 Harrison 
Fredrick, Wm. B., insurance agent, res Brush, bet 

20th and 21st 
Fredrick, John, conductor C. P. R. R., res Chester, 

bet 10th and 12th, W. O. 
Fredrick, J., carriage painter, res Sixteenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Freeland, John, seaman, ros Telegraph Av, bet 22d 

and 23d 
Freeman, Chas. W.. printer, NE cor Lincoln and 

Wood, \V. 0. 
Freeman, 0. K., coal dealer, res Knox House 
Freeman, Mrs. M.. nurse, res (523 Tenth 
French, Geo. S., clerk, res SW cor West and Sixteenth 
French &. Stuart, furniture store, Ninth St., opp 

P. 0. 
French, Wm., carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
French, R. F., cabinet maker, res Telegraph Av 
French. N., groceries, 721 Linden, res 723 Linden 
Frese, J. L., hotel proprietor, res 863 Washington 
Frewing, Geo., carpenter, ros Henry, bet 2d and 3d, 

W. 0. 
Frey, B., capitalist, res 831 Clay 
Frey, John, jeweler. Seventh, W. 0. 
Frick Emile, engineer C. 1'. R. R., B. 
Frink, L., farmer, res 1118 Washington 
Fritseh, F., upholsterer 
Frontier, Peter, jeweler, S. F., res Clay, bet 4th and 

5th 
Frouneder, L., locksmith, Broadway 
Fry. G., carpenter, res SE cor Wood and Willow, W. 

0. 
Fuhr, C. A.. Grand Central Hotel, Twelfth 
Fuller, A. L., real estate, S. F., res Fiftoenth, bet 

Sth and 9th, B. 
Fuller, Emerson, canvasser, res Fifteenth, bet 8th 

and 9th Av?. B. 
Fuller, H., teamster, res Adeline, bet 18th and 20th, 

W. U. 



Fuller, A. M., res 504 Fifteenth Av, B. 

Fuller, F. U., insurance agent, res Adeline, bet 18th 

and 2Uth, W. 0. 
Fuller, J. S., painter, Kirkham, bet 17th and 18th, 

W. 0. 
Fuller, C. A., Merchant, res 833 Harrison 
Fulton, J as., mining supt, res 515 N inth 
Fulton, Geo., carpenter, res Thirtieth, bet Union and 

Magnolia, W. 0. 
Furlong, John, laborer, res NWcor First and Mag- 
nolia, W. 0. 
Furst, 11., Oakland Auction House, 837 Broadway 
Gadwin, W. H., res NW cor Durant and Alice 
Gage, H. D., carpenter, res M)6 Clay 
Gage, S., C. P. R. R., res Harrison, bet 14th and 15th 
Gains, Michael, laborer, res Chester, bet 3d and Sth, 

. W. 0. 
Gaither, W. H., salesman, cor Tenth and Broadway, 
res Charter, bet San Pablo Av and Telegraph Av 
Galivan, Morris, laborer, res Twenty-second, bet 

Telegraph Av and New Broadway 
Galvin Ji Co., blacksmiths, Broadway, nrllth 
Galvin, James, blacksmith, Broadway, nr 14th, res 

Franklin 
Galvin, Jas., wagon maker, res Fourteenth, bet 

Webster and Franklin 
Gallagher, N., grocer, SE cor Telegraph and Twen- 

ty-tifth 
Gallwas, Fred. A., tailor, res Lydia, bet Curtis and 

Market 
Gallant, Peter H., carpenter, res 719 Linden 
Gallagher, P. (C C. Water Co.-, res 715 Sixth 
Gallagher, Mrs. A. M., res (Trove, bet 4th and 5th 
Gans, Kobt. H., bookkeeper, res William, bet Tele- 
graph and San Pablo Avs 
Ganley, Edward, laborer, res 705 Fifth 
Gaunon, L., saloon keeper, cor First and Franklin 
Garabrant, Orville, clerk, res 762 Jefferson 
Garabrant, Chas., machinist, res 762 Jefferson 
Garber, M. C, 423 Eleventh, res Grand Central Ho- 
tel 
Garber, John B., lawyer, res NE cor Adelino and 

Tenth 
GarceFjn, H., shipwrisht, res William, nr Bay, W. 

U. 
Garcer, Parfidio, porter, cor Broadway and Oak 
GARDLNER, J. T., carriage painter, Broadway, op- 
posite City Hall 
GARDINER, J. T., grocer, cor Broadway and Tenth, 

res N s Twenty-second, nr Telegraph Av 
Garderner, H. L., hotel proprietor, res 5 Pine, W. 0. 
Garden, John, machinist, res 710 Filbert 
Gardner, E., clerk, S. F., res 1059 Washington 
Garibaldi, Jos., cook, NE cor Telegraph Av and 

Twenty-first 
Garlik, Jas., salesman, res 738 Linden 
Garrison, E. M., carpenter, res William, nr Bay, W. 

0. 
Garrigan, J. H., paints, oils, glass, etc., 869 Broad- 
way, res cor \\ est and Brown 
Garrigan. J. H., painter, SW cor Brown and West 
Garthwaitt, Sr., Harry, lumber surveyor, res Twen- 
ty-second, bet San Pablo Av and Grove 
Garthwaitt, W. W., note teller Oakland Bank of 
Savings, res N s Charter, bet San Pablo Av and 
Telegraph Av 
Carthwaitt, H. P., bookkeeper Oakland Bank of 
Savings, res N s Charter, bet San Pablo Av and 
Telegraph Av 
Garvey, Patrick, boiler maker C. P. R. R., res 

Chester, bet 5th and 7th, W. 0. 
Garvin, John J., res 868 Castro 

Garvev, Thos., laborer, res NE cor Willow and At- 
lantic, W. 0. 
Gar/.ave, J., res 562 Franklin 
Gasberg, Geo., painter, res Third, bet Henry and 

Chester. W. 0. 
Gaskill, R. C, agent Wells, Fargo i Co., Ninth, bet 
Broadway and Washington, res Clay, bet 11th 
and 12th 
GA.--K1LL, G. C, job printer, 828 Broadway 
Gaspard, F., restaurant and saloon, B. 
Gass, G. V., carpenter, res 320 Fourth 
Gately, M., real estate, res 567 Sixth 
Gates, A. W., capitalist, res Franklin, bet 12th and 

13th 
Gates, A., supt Dexter Stables, cor Harrison and 

Twelfth, ros Sunnyside House 
Gaudin, J., wholesale liquors, 840 Broadway 



Cheap Job Printing done at DE FOEEEST & GASKXLL'S, 828 Broadway, Oakland. 



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FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 



Repairs Reapers, Mowers and Threshing Machines of all kinds. Keeps 
extras on hand for all the Standard Machines, 

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PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMlTHING. 



Carriage and "Wagon Painting and Trimming of all kinds done in the 
Latest Styles and most thorough manner. 



Having Plenty of STEAM POWER, and a FEED MILL, I can accomo- 
date my Customers in that Line. 



Joseph McEeown, 



FROFRIETOR. 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. C 



Cemetery Work, at CHAPPELLET & BERRYMAFS, 472 7th St. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Gaukroger, A., machinist, res Market, bet 24th and 

asth 

Gaunee, Mrs. Sarah, res Lincoln, bet Wood and 

Pine, W. 0. 
Gavica, E. J., bookkeeper, 419 Sacramento, S. F., 

res 468 Fifth 
Gay, Martin, carpenter, res Brown, bet San Pablo 

Av and Market 
Gay, David, carpenter, res Division, nr Cedar, W. 0. 
Gaynor, H., cigar store, cor Fifth and Broadway 
Gearv, .hostler Whitney's Express, res Golden 

Star Hotel 
Gee, Win., res 827 Market 
Gee, Myron, architect and builder, res Elm, bet 

Plymouth and Edwards 
Geffroy, T. B., B. 
Gegan, M., laborer, B. 
Gehret, Mmo , corset store and manufactory, 307 

Twelfth 
Gehret, C. H., corset store and manufactory, 307 

Twelfth 
Geiser, Chas., butcher, res 818 Third 
Gelett, C. W., ice factory, Second, bet Broadway 

and Franklin, res 366 Second 
Gelitte, W. D., civil engineer C. P. B. B., res 950 

Brush 
Gemmell, Ales., Broadway, res Harrison, bet 6th 

and 7th 
Gemmell, A., stoves, tinware, plumbing, etc., 820 

Broadway 
Gemreich, Wm., grocer, cor Eighth and Chestnut, 

W. O. 
Gensoul, A., banker, res Peralta, bet 9th and 12th, 

W. O. 
Gentry, C. B., carpenter, res Telegraph Av, bot 21st 

and 22d 
Gentry, B. B., wholesale liquor dealer, S .F., res 1112 

Seventh Av, B. 
Gentry, A., salesman B. B. Gentrv, S. F., res 1112 

Seventh Av, B. 
George, Sainl., carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
George, H. W., insurance agent, office 1004 Broad- 
way, res 211 Twelfth 
George, Frank, laborer, jres Campbell, bet Pacific 

and 3d, W. O. 
Gerhardy, Phil. J., butcher, 829 and 831 Broadway, 

res Newland's Hotel 
Germaine, P., tobacco raiser, res Wood, bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. 0. 
Gerrish, J. L., machinist C. P. B. B., res William, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Gersey, Saml., res Andover, bet Plymouth Av and 

Edwards 
Getchel, Wm. W., res Short, bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Getchell, Otis, teamster, res cor Market and Fourth 
Getchel, John, tinsmith, res Short, bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Getchell, J. C, tinsmith, Bailroad Av, W. 0. 
Ghirardelli <fc Pelar, wholesale liquor dealers, S. E. 

cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Ghirardelli, D., cor Twelfth and Broadway, res SE 

cor Filth and Market 
Ghirardelli, Jos., Broadway, bet 10th and 11th, res 

SE cor Fifth and Market 
Giamboni, N., restaurant, Clay, bet Sansome and 

Montgomery, S. F., res Seward, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Giamboni, F., res Wood, bet Taylor and Seward, 

W. 0. 
Gibbons, Patrick, laborer, res Henry, bet oth and 

7th, W. 0. 
Gibbs, J. B., peddler, res cor Thirty-second and 

Peralta, W. 0. 
Gibbs, J., carpenter, res Chase, bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. 0. 
Gibb, Gavin J. W., sign and shade painter, 814 

Broadway 
Gibbs, W. C, adjuster marine losses, 318 California, 

S. F., res X W cor Third and Wood 
Gibbons, Jas., boarding house, 416 Seventh 
Gidley, Mrs. J., res 610 Ninth 
Gieschen, Lewis, student, 809 Franklin 
Gilbert, A. A., C. P. K. B., res 564 Sixth 
Gilbert, Col. F., inspector of mines, res 831 Market 
Gilbertson. John, bookkeeper, res Linden, bet 12th 

and 14th 
Gilbert, N., carpenter, res Henry, bet 5th and 7th, 

W. 0. 



Gilbert, C. W., school and office furniture, 219 Bush, 

S. F., res Eighth, bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Gilburn, John, clerk P. O'Connell & Co., 1002 Broad- 
way 
Qilcrest, S. F., lawyer, res 304 Second 
Gilcrest, John, county surveyor, res 304 Second 
Gilcrest, Murray, law student, res 304 Second 
GILARDIN BROS., coal, wood, flour, grain, hay, 

etc.. East Twelfth, B. 
GILARDIN, C, coal, wood, flour, etc., B. 
GILARDIN, V., coal and wood, etc., B. 
Gilett, R. J., clerk Spriug Valley Water Co., S. F., 

res 716 Fourteenth 
Gilmore, John, clerk, res Twenty-Second, bot Curtis 

and Market 
Gilmore, J. H., gardener, res 117 Fourteenth, B. 
Gilmore, John, clerk, NE cor San Pablo Av and 

Twenty-fourth 
Gilmour, J. D., blacksmith, 209 Main, S. F., res 3 

Atlantic, W. 0. 
Gilmore, Mrs. E., res Twenty-second, bet Curtis and 

Market 
Gilmore, Michael, laborer, res 614 Fifth 
Gillan, J. F., clerk 1U13 Broadway, res Twenty-sec- 
ond, nr Adeline 
Gill. Jas., machinist, res 258 Fifth 
Gilligan, Jas., gardener Gen. Kirkham 
Gillespie, F., clerk, 869 Broadway 
Gillett, Chas. E., Royal Canadian Ins., 907 Broadway, 

res Alta House 
Gilligaa, Jas., gardner, res 167 Seventh 
Gilistrap, , engineerC. P. B. R., res Chester, bet 

3d and 5th, WT\). 
Gill, John, laborer, res Linden, bet 3d and 5th 
Gill, E., nurseryman, res Twenty-eighth, bot Market 

and Adeline 
Gincosti, A., B. 
Givens, J. D., stock speculator, res Sixteenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Gladding, Allen L., real estate, 960 Broadway, res 

Hobart, bet Telegraph and San Pablo Avs 
GLADDING. SUBRYHNE & CO., real estate, 956 

Broadway 
GLADDING, A. I., real estate, 956 Broadway, res 

Hobart 



Theo O. Gladding. Wm. F. Gladding. 

«LADD1\» BROTHERS, 

Proprietors of 

O a lc 1 a n d. Warehouse, 

X. E. Cor. First and Jefferson Sts., Oakland, Cal. 

Lock Box $15. «S^*A11 kinds of Merchandise taken on 

Storage at reasonable rates. Grain a specialty. A 

side track from the C. P. R. R. affords great 

facility for storing good-*. 



GLADDING, THEO. 0., Oakland Warehouse, NE 
cor First and Jefferson, res Hobart, bet Tele- 
graph and S. P. R. R. 

GLADDING, WM. F., Oakland Warehouse, NE cor 
First and Jefferson 

Gladding, McBean & Co., Vitrified Iron Stone Pipe 
Co.,4U8 and 410 Eleventh 

Glascock, J. R., District Attorney Alameda Co., res 
815 Webster 

Glascock, W. H., lawyer, res SW cor Fifth and Har- 
rison 

Glass, W. C, shipping clerk, 419 East Twelfth, B. 

Glaze. J. W., butcher, 553 East Twelfth, B. 

Gleason, Geo., painter, res 366 Tenth 

Gleason, M. J., groceries, etc., NE cor Twenty- 
first and Market 

Glenan, John, carpenter, res Twelfth, bet Center 
and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Glenn, J. T., capitalist, res 702 Tenth, cor Castro 

Glimme, P. K., carpenter, res 1116 West 

Glines, B. A., real estate, res 718 Twelfth 

Glover, Jas. F., stove maker, cor Fifteenth and 
Fourth Av, B. 

Glover, Robt., mason, res Charter, bet San Pablo 
and Telegraph Avs 

Glover, Geo. F. M., stock broker, res Chester, bet 
8th and 9th, W. 0. 

Gluck, J., tailor, 1056 Broadway, res Alameda 

Gobey, Frank, stock speculator, res Valley, bet 23d 
and 24th 

Gobeil, Louis, engineer, res 667 Washington 

Goddard, C. L., dentist, 23 Post, S. F.,res Merrimac 
PI, bet Telegraph Av and Webster 



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Planinff Knives, Curriers' Knives, 

SAW MANDRILS AND SAWS, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

On Hand and Made to Order 

French Band Saw Blades, Babbitt 
Metal, Fulled Raw-Hide Lacing, 
Files and Grindstones for Sale. 



Repairing of all kinds Done at Short Notice. 



PACIFIC SAW MANUFACTURING CO. 

17 and 19 FREMONT St., San Francisco. 




CIRCULAR SAW 

They have proved to be the 

Cheapest, Most Durable and Econ- 
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DUPLICATE TEETH, $1 each 

All Saws sold, or work done, wararnted. 

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Boots and Shoes, as low as in 0. cr S. P., at J. ROUSSEAU'S, 687 E. 12th St., E. 
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Stone Work and Cement, at CHAPPELLET & BEEEYMAFS. Office, 172 7th St. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Godfrey, Geo., real estate, res Seventh, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Goff, Henry A., clerk, res SW cor Twelfth and Clay 
Gohsen, 0. N., painter, B. 
Golden. Mrs. E., res Seventeenth, bet Grove and 

Jefferson 
Goldsticker, M., butcher, cor East Fourteenth and 

Nineteenth Av, B. 
Goldiner, Carl, tailor, 700 Broadway 
Goldstein, , clerk Oakland Auction House, 837 

Broadway 
Golden Star Hotel and Restaurant, 838 Broadway 
Gonzales, Martin, pilot, res William, bet Pino and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Gonzales, Chas., hostlor City Hall Stable 
Gonzales, Frank, bootblack, res Twenty-seventh, bet 

Grove and West 
Goodwin, W. L., carpenter, res Twelfth, bet AVillow 

and Campbell, W. 0. 
Goodfellow, W. S., lawyer, .res Myrtle, bet 8th and 

10th 
Goodenough, Chas., agent for fJoodonough Horse 

Shoe, res N \V cor Alice and Ninth 



Carpenter, Contractor and Builder, 

All kinds of Jobbing Promptly Done. 

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GOODWIN, W. L., contractor, res cor Twelfth and 

Campbell, W. 0. 
Goodfellow, M. J., mining engineer, res Webster, 

bet 10th and 17th 
Goodman, John, plasterer, res SW cor Alice and 

Jackson 
Gore, C. W., carpenter, res 969 Washington 
Gore, B. B., broker, 318 Front, S. F., res Sycamore, 

bet Grove and Telegraph Av 
Gorden, W. H., insurance, res Centennial House 
Gordon, Jas., upholsterer, res 57 San Pablo Av 
GORDON, J. S. G., ice depot, 469 Ninth 
Gordon, Jas., C. P. K., res Myrtle, bet 7th and Sth 

Goodwin, , miner, res VVood, bet Taylor and 

Seward, W. 0. 
Gorden, Mrs. L., ros 713 Tenth 
Gorden, David, C. P. R. R., res Myrtle, bet 7th and 

8th 
Gorden, Wm., milkman, res Magnolia, bet 28th and 

30th. \V. 0. 
Gotchel, John, real estate agent, res NE cor Six- 
teenth and Center, W. 0. 
Gotchet & Co., real estate, 455 Seventh 
Gotchet, John, real estate, res cor Sixteenth and 
Center 

Gough, , engineer C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine 

and Wood, W. 0. 
Gough, H. J., laborer, res Union, bet 22d and 24th, 

W. 0. 
Govland, J. J., laborer, res Grove, bet 27th and 

28th 
Gowanlock, Jas., blacksmith, Broadway, bet 2d and 

3d, res Eagle House 
Gowen, Saml., res 561 Sixth 
Gowen, J. V., carpenter, res 561 Sixth 
Grady, Ed., laborer, res 410 Seventh 
Graifelmann, Honry, plumber, res Cedar, W. 0. 
Graff, Peter A., painter, res SE cor Chestnut and 

Thirty-second 
Graham, W. M., attorney at law, 470 Seventh, res 

284 Eleventh 
Graham, Wm., gardener, 277 Tenth 
Graham, Mrs. J. W.. res 360 First 
Graham, W. \V., real estate, ros 284 Eleventh 
Graham, Wm. M., justice of peace, res 284 Eleventh 
Grainoy, Ambrose, cooper, res Eighteenth, bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Grainey, Mrs. C, res Eighteenth, bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Grals, August, butcher, Sevonth, W. 0. 
Granger, Wm., res Union, bet 26th. and 28th, W. 0. 
Granlay, John, laborer, res Lydia, bet Curtis and 

West 
Grant, Geo. E., merchant, res cor Fourth Av and 
Sixteonth, B. 



Granger, H., clerk, Railroad Av, W. 0. 

Grasso & May, hardware, 1008 Broadway 

Grasso, W. C. {Grasso & Map), ros Bartlett House 

Grassor, H. F., blacksmith, B. 

Graves, Fred., car repairer, res Short, bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Graves, H. P., blind and sash maker, res Myrtle, 

bet 24th and 26th 
Gray, Saml., tailor, Ninth, bet Market and Myrtle 
Gray, C, laborer, 572 East Fourteenth, B. 
Grayson, G, W., 511 California, S. F.,res West Jack- 
son, nr Lake Av 
Gray, Wm., lawyer, res Chestnut, bet 16th and 18th 
Gray, A. G., res 1169 West 
Grav, G. H., lawyer, 420 California, S. F., res 754 

Tenth 
Gray, W. H., house cleaner, res Seventeenth, bet 

West and Brush 
Gray, W. W., farmer, res Franklin, bet 15th and 17th 
Grav, D. P., bookkeeper, 4, 5 and 6, Grand Central 

Market. S. F., res 369 Fifth 
Gray, H. M., clerk, res 832 Franklin 
Grav, (ieo., S. P. R. R., tea Tenth Av, bet 16th and 

17th. B. 
Grear, Miss B. G., millinery and dress making, 

Broadway, bet 14th and 15th 
Green, Sr., John, ros 913 Grove 
Green, Frank, res Twenty-first, bet Telegraph Av 

and Broadway 
Grean, E., mining speculator, res Jackson, bet Lake 

and 13th 
Green, J., boots and shoes, 904 Broadway 
Green, Jr., John, expressman, res 913 Grove 
Green, Jos., clerk J. S. Crosley, res NE cor Twenty- 
second and Market 
Greon, Jos., ribbon manufacturer, res Market, bet 

22d and 24th 
Greene, A. D., res 1011 Brush 
Green, Mrs. Mary, res 702 Brush 
GREENBAUM, L., clothing and furnishing goods, 

869 Broadway, res 559 Sixth 
Greenhood, J. & Bro., dry goods, 1053 Broadway, 
res Nineteenth, bet Telegraph and San Pablo Avs 
Groonhood, S. M.. dry goods, 1053 Broadway, res cor 

Eleventh and Webster 
Greenman, N. W., carpenter, res Third, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Greenougn, C. C, carpenter, ros 757 Webster 
Groontnan, Harman, supt mine, res Fourth 
Gregory, Wm., stair builder, res 371 Fifth 
Gregory, H. P., res Caledonia Av, bot Grove and 

Telegraph Av 
Grossler, C. A., occulist and barber, B. 
Grieves. M., laborer C. P. R. R., res Cedar, bet Short 

and Goss, W. 0. 
Griffin, John EL, stone mason, res SW cor West and 

Aldon 
Griffith, S., butcher, B. 
Griffith, A. H., attorney, res East Tenth, bet Sth and 

9th Avs, B. 
Griner, J. II., com fruits and vegetables, 712 Bdwy 
Griser, John, boot maker, 420 Eleventh 
Grislev, Henry, C. P. R. R., res 576 Fourth 
Griswold, A. H., C. P. R. R., res Eleventh, bet Cen- 
ter and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Groff, C. F., plasterer, res 969 Washington 
Grogan. B., laborer, ros 462 Third 
Gross, J. F., butcher, res NE cor Wood and Chase, 

W. 0. 
Grotheer, Fred., lumberman, res Seventeenth, bot 

Center and Cypress, W. 0. 
Gruettner, D., gardener, ros Thirteenth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Gruetz, Wm.. tailor, 1056 Broadway 
Grush, Henry, laundryman, ros Fifteenth, bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Guernsey, A. A., stock broker, 906 Broadway 
Gunn, Chas. T., stationery, res Twenty-second, bot 

Curtis and West 
Gunn, John, res Filbert, bet 18th and 19th 
Gurnett, W. J., stock broker, S. F., res Twentieth, 

bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 
Gurntt, A. G., res cor Fourth Av and Sixteenth St., B. 
Guppy, A. R., civil engineer C. P. R. R., res 668 

Seventh 
Guptol. E. A., butcher, Telegraph Av, bet 24th and 

25th 
Haar, Henry, grocer, cor Seventh and Chestnut, W. 
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Building Fronts, at CHAPPELLET & BERRYMAN'S, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



Hackett, P., laborer, res Filbert, bet 24th and 26th 
Hackett, J., captain C. P. K. 11. Co., res 229 Twelfth 
Hackett, Edward, captain, Chief Wharfinger and 

Harber Master, S. F., res NW cor Durant and 

Alice 
Hafforkorn, A., cigar mnnuf, res 318 Third 
Hagomann, Victor, res Lincoln, bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. U. 
Hagerty, Michael, peddler, res 519 Third 
Hahn, Wax., butcher, NB cor Twentieth, nr Bdwy 
Hagerty, J as., lather, res Broadway, bet 16th and 

17th 
Hagerty, John, gas fitter, res 558 Franklin 
Hahn, Henry, res Seventh, bet Wood and Willow, 

W. 0. 
Hahn, Henry, grocer, res Seventh, nr Campbell, W. 

0. 
Haines, H. A., carpenter, res Center, bet 16th and 

17th. W. 0. 
Haines, M., laborer, res 515 Fourteenth Av, B. 
Haines, Rodger, C. P. R. R., res Willow, bet Atlan- 
tic and William, W. 0. 
Haines, Willis, clerk, res 599 Eighth 

Haines, , lawyer, S. F., res 561) Fighth 

Halbert, Hugh, laborer, res 858 Franklin 

Haley, John, blacksmith, B. 

Halev, Patrick, laborer, res William, bet Pino and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Halev, , hostler, res Magnolia, bet 1st and 3d, 

W. 0. 
Haley, Mrs. J. F., res 215 Ninth 
Hale, W. E., stock brokor, res Knox House 
Haley, P., laborer, res Twenty-first, bet West and 

Curtis 
Hale, Win., painter, res 729 Myrtle 
Hally & Curvey, blacksmiths and wagon manufs, 

Alameda 
Hall. Mrs. C, res Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 
Hallanan, F., merchant tailor, (320 East Twelfth, B. 
Halbihan, Michael, city hydrant inspector, res 529 

Third 
Hall, B., capitalist, res 969 Jefferson 
Hall. E. S., insurance collector, B. 
Hall, Goo.. C. P. K. R., res Chester, bet 3d and 5th, 

W. 0. 
Hall, J. A., foreman C. P. R. R., res Choster, bet 3d 

and 5th, W. 0. 
Hall, Mrs. E., res Eighteenth, bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 
Hall, Chas. C, res North Broadway, bet 19th and 

20th 
Hall, E. K., painter, Eleventh, bet Franklin and 

Webster 
Hall. J. V., boiler maker, 37 Front, S. F., res 213 

Fourth 
Halladay, , C. P. R. R., res NE cor Harrison and 

Seventh 
Halloy, Win., publisher, rooms 8 and 9, Bentz Block, 

Broadway, res Alice, bet 2d and 3d 
Hall, E. M., broker, 408 Montgomery, S. F., res 1155 

Jackson 
Halley. M. J., tailor, 1056 Broadway, ros 262 Twelfth 
Hall, F. P., painter, ros 416 Thirteenth 
Hall, Win., carpenter, res Twenty-ninth, bet San 

Pablo Av and West 
Hall, T. W., dentist, NE cor Tenth and Broadway, 

res Brown, bet Market and West 
Hall, F., carpenter, res Brown, bet San Pablo Av 

and Market 
Hall, R. B., private detective, res 161 Soventh 
Hall, F. F., painter, Seventh, bet Market and Brush 
Hall, W. M., Charter Uak Hotel and Restaurant, 

W. 0. 
Hallahan, Thos., barber, 834'2 Broadway 
Hallahan, Audrow, barber, 834^ Broadway 
Hall, W. H., printer, Oakland Daily Transcript, 

911 Broadway, res 368 Fifth 
Halpin, Denis, laborer, res 812 Filbert 
Halsted, J. M., braiding and embroidery, 1015 

Broadway, ros Tenth, bet Brush and Castro 
Hamb, Win. J., teamster, res Magnolia, bet 1st and 

3d, W. 0. 
Hamby, Wm., carpenter, res Linden, bet 3d and 5th 
Hamby, Richard, carpenter, res Linden, bet 3d and 

5th 
Hamby, Jos., carpenter, res Lincoln, bet 3d and 5th 
Hamor, F. D., printer, Alameda 
HAMILTON, \V. H. H., wheelwright, 1064 Thir- 
teenth Av, B. 



Hamilton, N., attorney, res Jackson, bet 13th and 

Lake 
Hamilton, L., clergyman, res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton, E., clerk, ros 1165 Jackson 
Hammond, A., carpenter C. P. R. R., res William, 

bet Pine and Cedar. W. 0. 
Hammond, W. D.. machinist C. P. R. R.,res Eighth. 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Hammond, Milloy, dressmaker, B. 
Hammer, I. F., bookkeeper, res Chester, bet 10th 

and 12th, W. 0. 
Hampel, II., saloon keeper. East Twelfth, B. 
Hampel, C. F., bakery, East Twelfth, B. 
Hampel, A., clerk, B. 

Hampton, John, nurseryman, res NE cor Twenty- 
second and Telegraph Av 
Hamphel, H. F., carriage maker, res 1017 Franklin 
Hanavan, P., shaper, res Myrtle, bet 28th and 30th 
Hanavan, Hugh, varnisher, res 57 San Pablo Av 
Handloy, Patrick, shoemaker, res 761 Castro 
Hand, W. D., res Fourteenth, bet Webster and 

Franklin- 
Haney, A., contractor, Union Hotel, B. 
Hanford, Mrs. J. E., res 1228 Broadway 
Hanifin, J. J., saloon keeper, 851 Broadway 
HANLEY, WM., saddles, harness, and carriage 

trimmer, B. 
Hanley, J. S., ship stores, S. F. 
Hannaford, Edwin T., miller, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 



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Whitening, Coloring, Etc. , 

Office, 1070 14th Ave., Brooklyn, 



Hannon, James, blacksmith, B. 

Hannessoso, Victor A., gardener, res Third, bet 

Linden and Filbert 
Hannon, Jas., blacksmith, res SE cor Twenty-third 

and Telegraph Av 
Hanovan, Mrs. B., res West, bet Lydia and 22d 



ALBERT HANSEN, 

DEALER IN* 

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc, Etc. 

All Repairing, Cleaning, etc., done with care and 
dispatch. 

Office 620 East 12th Street, Brooklyn. 



Hansen, Peter, butcher, res 832 Jefferson 

Hansen, Harry, res Twenty-second, bet Markot and 

Curtis 
Hansen, John, laborer, res 413 Eleventh 
Hanschildt, Henry, boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway 
Hanson, Thos., saloon koepor, ros 821 Washington 
Hanson, C. S., builder, res Delgor, bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 
Hanson, Wm., finisher, res Charter, bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 
Hanson, Andrew, San Lorenzo Hotel, San Lorenzo 
HANSEN, A. H., general store, cor of Wood and 

Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Hanush, Jos., harness maker, ros Stewart's Hotel 
Harcourt, T. A., journalist, res NW cor Ninth and 

Jefferson 
Hardy, Thos., broker S. F., res Fifteenth, bet West 

and Brush 
Hardy, Jacob, real estate, 408 California, res 665 

Eleventh 
Harding, F., stationory, books, and fruit, Railroad 

Av, W. 0. 
Hardy, D., Eleventh Av, bet 15th and 16th, B. 
HARDY, W. B., books and stationery, 059 Broad- 
way, ros 1383 Franklin 
Harden. Frank B., clerk Eleventh and Broadway 
Harding, Sr., Augustus, capitalist, res 416 Tenth 
Harding, Jr., Augustus, student, res 416 Tenth 
Harding, J. B., carpenter, res 718 Filbert 
Hardy, L. J., capitalist, res Market, bet 3d and 4th 



^ards, Bill and Letter Heads, a specialty, at LE FORREST & GASKILL'S, 828 B'y, 



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Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St.. E. 



Oakland Stone Manufactur'g Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Hargor, John, carpenter, res SB cor West and Twen- 
ty-eighth 
garland, John, laborer, res 812 Brush 
Hurl y, Chas., carpenter, res Third, bet Brush and 

Castro 
Harmon, 0. K. P.. res SE corner Webster and Twen- 
ty-second 
Harmon, K. D., bookkeeper, res Second, bet Alice 

and Jackson 
Harmon, J. B., lawyer, 402 Montgomery, S. F., res 

W s Jackson, bet Lake and lath 
RAHMAN, J. J., house and sign painter, B 
Harmon, R. modical student, res cor Lake andThir- 

teenth 
Harmann, August, with Rice & White, res SW cor 

Seventh and Franklin 
Barman, Albert, sidesman, res 36'.) Eleventh 
Harmon, It. E., bookkeeper, res Second, nr Ellis' 
Harmon, A., salesman Schel'.haar, res Ukiko House 
Harper, Chas., expressman, res N W cor Eighth and 

Cypress, W. 0. 
Harrison, Jos., porter C. P. R. R., res 862 Fifth 
Harrison, 11. J., liquor dealer, 314 Battery, S. F., 

res fil6 Third 
Harrison, G. W., ticket agent C. P. R. R., res 

Center, bet loth and 16th, W. 0. 
Harris, J. A., lawyer, res Wood, bot Lincoln and 

12th. W. 0. 
Harrehar. Mrs. Mary, res Thirteenth, bet Center 

and Kirk ham, W. 0. 
Harrington, C. F., painter, res 300 Seventh 
Harris, J. M., assistant secretary University, res 221 

Ninth 
Harris, E. A., res 277 Tenth 
Harris, E., warehouse, S. F., res NW cor Sixth and 

Oak 
Harrington, Sabin, capitalist, res SE cor Twelfth and 

Harrison 
Harrison, XV. C, M. D., res cor Seventeenth and 

Tenth Av, B. 
Harrington, Phinoas, cor Twenty-eighth and Market 
Harris, Mrs. Sarah A., book agent, res 503 Eleventh 
Harris, M., whitewashes 701) Franklin 
Harris, I., caulker, res Filbert, bot 1st and 3d 
Harrington, T., laborer, res Market, bet 1th and 5th 
Harris, John, porter, res Third, bet Filbert and 

Myrtle 
Harris, Geo., clerk, cor Eleventh and Broadway 
Harrison, T. G., clerk Twelfth and Broadway, res 

9 12 Clay 
Harris, S. D„ mining speculator, res Eighth Av, bet 

16th and 17th, B. 



HARRIS BROS' CLOTHING EMPORIUM. 

MERCHANT TAILORS 



AND DEALERS IN* 



Mn'sfc Boy's Clothing. Gems' Fnrnisliing Goods, Hats, Etc. 

903 BROADWAY, 
Between Eighth & Ninth Sts., OAKLAND. 



HARRIS, JOS., clothing and furnishing goods, 003 

Broadway, res 569 Seventh 
HARRIS, JACOB, clothing and furnishing goods, 

903 Broadway, res Sevonth, nr Franklin 
Hart, Richard, carver, B. 
Harty, Maurice, laborer, res Twenty-first, bet West 

and Curtis 
Hart, P., marblo shop, cor Second and Broadway 
Hart, Jas., furniture, res Alden, bet San Pablo Av 

and West 
Hart, Jas., gasfitter, res 1009 Franklin 
Harvey, Win., furniture, res SE cor Campbell and 

Lincoln, W. O. 
Harvey, N. B.. milker, res Union, bot 28th and 30th, 

W '. 0. 
Harwood, Capt. Wni., wharfinger, City Wharf, 272 

Fourth 
Harwood, Wm. D., editor Oakland Tribune, res 272 

Fourth 
Harwood, A., shoe maker, res 1115 Fourteenth, B. 
Haskell, R. R., carpenter, res 163 Sevonth 
Haskill, Sam., carpenter and contractor, B. 
Haskins, C. W., painter, res 1005 Franklin 
Haskins, J. M., Golden Gate Academy 
Hassingor, S. R., builder, res Seventeenth, bot Jef- 
ferson und Grovo 



Haswoll, F. B., secretary and treasurer Central 
Land Co., Nintli and Broadway, res Brown, bet 
Grove and Telegraph Av 
Hatch, J. ( Hooks & Co. J, Broadway, res 11*35 Jack- 
son 
Hatch, J., bookkeeper, 1067 and 1071 Broadway, res 

1005 Jackson 
Hatch, John, laborer 
Hatch, Fred. A., ticket agent C. P. R. R., res 

Myrtle, bet 7th and 8th 
Hatch, C. E., attornoy at law, res Myrtle, bot 7th 

and Sth 
Hatch, A. D., commission merchant, res Myrtlo, bet 

7th and 8th 
Hauschildt, II., boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway, res 

910 Washington 
.Havens, 11. 11., attornoy, office and res 1059 Wash- 
' ington ' 

Bayens, J. F., attorney, 1069 Broadway 
Havens, J. F., lawyer, res Eighteenth, bat Brush 

and Castro 
Haven, C. D., insurance, res Eighth, bet Adeline 

and j.imlen 
Havens, II. H., porter drug store, B. 
Havy, Jas., res Twenty-ninth, bet San Pablo Av 

and West 
Hawes, Benj., insurance agent, res 1119'Jofferson 
Hawes, Geo., res 793 Eighth 
Hawes, J., fruits and groceries, B. 
Hawes, Oliver, general insurance agent Connecticut 

Firo Ins. Co., res 1119 Jefferson 
Hawkins, L. S., butcher, SE cor Fourth and Web- 
ster, res Jackson, bot 3d and 4th 
HAWKETT, W. G. & CO., groceries and provisions, 

Railroad Av, res Wood, bet 8th and Chase 
Hawks. Jas., res SE cor Twenty-first and Market 
Hawkins, Edward, carpenter, res Second, bot Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Hawkins, Thos., blacksmith, res Willow, bet 12th 

and 13th, W. O. 
Hawley, J. C., lumber dealer, S. F., res Knox 

Houso 
Hawley, L. II., clerk Marcus O. Hawley & Co., ros 

Telegraph Av, bet Plymouth and Elm 
Hawley, C. J., grocer, 215 and 217 Sutter, S. F., res 

1118 Seventh Av, B. 
Hawley, C. 11., carpenter, ros Seward, bet Camp- 
bell and Willow. W. O. 
Hawson, Saml., stationery, S. F., ros NW cor AVest 

and Twelfth 
Haws, Madison, printer, B. 
Hawthorn, Jos. E., sowing machine agent, ros 807 

Jefferson 
Hayden, Jas.,C. P. R. R.,res Filbert, bet 3d and 5th 
Hayden, Edwin, commission merchant, S. F., res cor 

Sixth and Harrison 
Hayes, P., saloon keeper, cor Broadway and Fourth 
Hayos, John W., salesman Chas. L. Taylor, res Yo- 

soruito Hotel, Alameda. 
Hayos, M., groceries, SW cor Market and Fifth 
Hayes, Wade, fanner, res 715 Tenth 
Hayes, Patrick, laborer, res SW cor Adeline and 

Twenty-eighth 
Hayes, Edwin, carpenter, res Magnolia, bet 30th 

and 32d, W. O. 
Hayes, D. E., bookkeeper, ros Linden, bet 8th and 

10th 
Hayes, Mrs. A., res North Bdwy, bet 20th and 21st 
Haynes, Benj., retired merchant, res Sixth Av, bet 

19th and 20th, B. 
Haynes, Willis P., clerk, 509 Eighth 
Hayn, 11., music teacher, ros Grove, bet 4th and 5th 
Head, E. F., lawyer, S. F., ros 210 Seventh 
Head, Arthur T., res 210 Seventh 
Heald, A.llen, stock speculator, ros 1120 Ninth Av, B. 
Healey, M. J., tailor, 1050 Broadway, res 202 

Twelfth 
Healing, James, painter, res Third, nr Lewis 
Healy, J., Pacific Rubber Paint Co., res 511 Sixth 
Healy, J. W., painter, ros 511 Sixth 
Healy, J. II., telegraph operator, res 511 Sixth 
Heath, Q., liquor dealer, 408 First, S. F., res Willow 

cor Thirteenth, W. 0. 
Heath, Jas. II., ship chandler, S. F., res Fifteenth, 

bet Market and West 
Heath, Frank W., clerk, res 020 Thirteenth 
Hoaton, W. D., speculator, res 1225 Webster 
Hebard, Henry A., revenue collector, S, F., res 
Broadwav, bot 19th and 20th 



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Pacific Stone Artificial Work, 472 Seventh St., and cor. Second and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



Heckinan, Thos., butcher, 315 East Twelfth, B. 
Heckmann, F., boot aud shoe maker, res 855 Harri- 
son 
Heddle, Mrs. Mary, boarding house, 910 Washington 
Hefty, M., carpenter, res 806 Franklin 

Hoegel, , bar keeper 

Heidmann, Henry, blacksmith, res 1010 Franklin 
Heimbuld, Frank, contractor, res Franklin, nr Du- 

rant 
Heimb'ilJ, J., contractor, res Franklin, nr Durant 
Hein, Goo., boarding house, NW cor Fifth and Har- 
rison 
Held & Neller, cigar store, 1226 Broadway 
Hold, J., wine aud billiard rooms, 1226 Broadway 
Held & Neller, wine and billiard rooms, 1226 Bdwy 
Held, Geo., barber, res Twenty-second, bet Valley 

and North Broadway 
Held. Ernest, barber Grand Central Hotel, res North 

Broadway, bet 21st and 22d 
Held, E., barber, 310 Twelfth, res Broadway and 

Twenty-s cond 

Hellerman, , res 317 Eleventh 

Helmke &, Brunje, grocers, N W cor Twenty-first and 

Broadway 
Helmke, Conrad (Helmke & Brunje), res NWcor 

Twenty-first and Broadway 
Heliner, W., undertaker, Broadway, res 919 Alice 
Hemol, P., carpenter, res Willow, bet 7th and 8th, 

\V. 0. • 
Hemphill, Chas., lather, res 769 Sixth 
Hemphill, Henry, bricklayer, 750 Sixth 
Hemphill, Ion, carpenter, res 760 Sixth 
HoruphiLl, Lewis, confectioner, res 759 Sixth 
Henderson, David M., Sather's Bank, S. F., res 

Walton, bet Grove and West 
Henderson, T. H., secretary Kenton Coal Co., S. F., 

res 767 Alice 
Henderson, H. L., teacher Golden Gate Academy, 

res Plymouth, bet Andover and Broadway 
Hendry, Mrs. R., dress maker, 971 Washington 
Henderson, T. N., pattern maker, res Twenty-fifth, 

bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 
Henderson, , blind maker C. P. K. R., res Goss, 

bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Henderson, L., carpenter, B. 

Henesy, ■, brick mason, res 508 Eighth 

Honken.J. F., saloon keeper, cor East Fourteenth 

and Eighteenth Av, B. 
Henley, Win,, retired physician, res 365 Second 
HENNINGER, JOHN, Grand Western Restaurant, 

W. O. 
Hennell, Mrs. A. M., res 955 Fifth Av, B. 
Hennessey, Morris, tanner, res Goss, bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Henning, J. B., carpenter, res Willow, bet Lincoln 

and Seward, W. U. 
Henon, Wm., brick mason, res Twenty-second, bet 

West and Curtis 
Henry, A. C, res Harrison, bet 11th and 15th 
Henry, F. M., gardener, NE cor Telegraph Av and 

Bay PI 
Henry, Geo. S. & Co., money brokers, 907 Broadway 
Henry, Geo. S., money broker, Harrison, nr 15th 
Henry, A. C, money broker, Harrison, nr 15th 
Hensley, John, carpenter, res 521 Fourth 
Henshaw, E. T., book keeper Taylor & Co., cor First 

and Washington, res 041 Mvrtle 
Henseler, Wm., farmer, res Thirty-sixth, bet San 

Pablo Av and Market 
Henz, Charles, cook, Pleasant Valley 
Honzs, August, cook, SW cor Cedar and Goss, W. O. 
Heobner, Chas., speculator, res Grove, bet 5th and 

6th 
Heppner, Phil., cigar store, 831 Broadway 
Herbst, A., carpenter, res 667 Fifth 
Herchoval, John H., C. P. R. R., res 1207 Franklin 
Herd, John, grain merchant, S. F., resMerrimac PI, 

bet Telegraph Av and Webster 
Herley, Jas., lather, res 374 Seventh 
Hermann, Chas., clerk, B. 
Heron, E. A., bookkeeper E. C. Sessions, 462 Eighth, 

res Alice, nr ISth 
Herrington, O. H., painter, res Fifth, bet Henry and 

Lewis, W. 0. 
Herrmann, 0. W., ship joiner, NWcor Henry and 

Fifth, W. 0. 
Herrick, Wm. F., res 1021 Twelfth, W. 0. 
Herman, John, harness maker, res Golden Star 

Hotel 



Herrick, H. W.,U. S. Mint, res 757 Castro 

Hersman, J. H., carpenter, res West, bet 14th and 
15th 

Horsey, A., res 473 Fourth 

HERSEY, E. A., Oakland Iron Works, res cor 
Fourth and Vi ashington 

Hess, Wm. P., salesman, res 473 Eleventh 

Hesse, F. G., prof mechanical engineering State 
University, res 801 Jackson 

Hesser, Mrs.M., res 660 Fifth 

Hetherington, J. W., contractor and builder, res 
SE cor Willow and Eighth, W. 0. 

HETHERINGTON, MRS. J. W., millinery, SE cor 
Willow and Eighth, W. 0. 

Hevrin, Patrick, laborer, res Twenty-first, bet Mar- 
ket and West 

Hewes, C. W., bookkeeper, res SW cor Grove and 
Thirtieth 

Hewitt, D. W., carpenter, res Henry, nr 7th, W. 0. 

Hoyer, H., saloon keeper, 842 Broadway 

Heyer, W., capitalist, NW cor Eighth and Peralta, 
W. 0. 

Heyne, Wm., clerk Baker & Hamilton, S. F., res 
Third, bet Henry and Chester, W. 0. 

Hicks, U. E., printer, 518 Clay, S. F., res Second, 
bet Adeline and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Hickey, Pat., laborer, res Fifth Av, bet 15th and 
16th, B. 

Hickey, Andrew, laborer, res 210 Fifth 

Hickey, Lawrence, upholsterer 

Higby, Win., lawyer, res NW cor Sixteenth and 
Chestnut 

Higgins, M., machinist, res NE cor Twenty-first and 
West 

Higgins, R., architect, res Twenty-first, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Broadway 

Higgins, J. S., merchant, West Berkeley, cor San 
Pablo Av and Delawaro, West Berkeley 

Highland, Jas., expressman, res Twenty-sixth, bet 
West and Grove 

High, Jr., W. II., bookkeeper, res Thirteenth, bet 
Brush and Castro 

High, Sr., W. II., res Thirteenth, bet Brush and 
Castro 

Higins, Barney, dairyman, res Sixteenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 

Hilke, Leopold, gardener, res 729 Second 

Hill, M. F., shoemaker, 716 Broadway 

Hill, Stephen, shoemaker, 716 Broadway 

HILL & THOMPSON, dressmaking, agency Rem- 
ington Sewing Machines, and tailors' patterns, 
Alameda 

Hill, John, carpenter, res Market, bet 28th and 30th 

Hill, Wm., res Fifth, bet Henrv and Lewis, W. 0. 

Hill, P., cook, res Chester, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 

Hill, II. B., carpenter, res Tenth, bet Cypress and 
Center, W. 0. 

Hill Jas. T., general merchandise, B. 

Hill, C. B., steward, res 667 Fifth 

Hill, A. P., artist, res 934 Myrtle 

Hill, J. W., porter C. P. R. R., res Fifth, bet Myrtle 
and Market 

Hillebrand, II., City Clerk, res Broadway, bet 20th 
and 21st 

Hilton, S., teacher, res Eleventh Av, bet 18th and 
19th, B. 

Hilton, C. W., clerk, cor Twelfth and Broadway, res 
35 Valley 

Hilton, C. W., book keepor, res 35 Valley 

Hinkley, J. M., physician, 319 Bush, S. F., res NE 
cor Fifteenth and Jefferson 

Hinchman, C. II., plumber, B. 

Hinz, Chas., res Eighth, bet Cypress and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Hirshberg, D. S., gents' furnishing goods, 1103 Broad- 
way, res 414 Fourteenth 

Hirshberg k Morrison, boots and shoes, 11013-^ Bdwy 

HIRSHBERG ,t GREENBAUM, clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 8 60 Broadway 

HIRSHBERG, S., clothing and furnishing goods, res 
cor Fourteenth and Broadway 

Hitchcock, W. F., agent London and Liverpool and 
Globe Ins. Co., 958 Broadway, res Alameda 

Hitchcock. H. E., carpenter, res Franklin, bet 17th 
and 18th 

Hoag, Chas. P., Eclipse Windmill, S. F., res 958 
Grove 

Hoag, A. B., wind mills, res Campbell, bet Taylor 
and Seward, W. 0. 



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77/£ PROPRIETORS OFFER FOR SALE, IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, 



Every well-tested variety of 

APPLE, CHEERY, PLUM, NECTARINE, PEACH. PRUNE, 
CRAB, APRICOT, PEAR, QUINCE, FIG, Etc., Etc. 

ALMOND, English WALNUT, English FILBERT, CHESTNUT, 
BLACK WALNUT, BUTTERNUT, PECAN, Etc., Etc. 



CURRANTS, BLACKBERRIES, GRAPES, RASPBERRIES, 

GOOSEBERRIES, Etc., Etc.; Also, PERSIMMON (Japan and 

Native), LOQUAT, PAW-PAW, CUROB. 

EVERGREENS, and other Shade or Ornamental Trees, 

EUCALYPTUS (Blue Gum) in variety, PEPPER TREES, 
CYPRESS (several varieties) ACACIAS, ARBOR VITiE, LO- 
CUST ( Yellow and Honey), PINES, CATALPA, MAGNOLIA, 
TAMARIND, Etc., Etc. 



ORANGE, LEMON, LIME, Etc., Etc. 

Roses & Ornamental Shrubs & Plants in great Variety 
Send for a Catalogue and Price List, Special Terms to Nurserymen and Dealers. 

We invito all who intend buying Troos, to visit our grounds and personally examine our stock before 
purchasing. 

SHINN & C0. 9 Proprietors. 

P. S.— Lettors of inquiry will receive prompt attention. Address JAMES S1IINN, Nilos, or 
Dr. J. W. CLAKK, 118 California Street, San Francisco. 



J. EOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Carriage Steps, at CHAPPELLET & BEEEYMAN'S, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



Hoag, J., res Campbell, bet Taylor and Seward, W. 

Hoag, F. P., machinist Miners' Foundry, S. F., res 

510 Fourth 
Hoag, Mrs. J . W., res 510 Fourth 
Hoag, 1». B.. expressman, res 510 Fourth 
HOBAKT, J. B., grocery and fruit store, 628 East 

Twelfth, D. . 

Hobbs, L. M., plasterer, res Franklip, bot lvth and 

18th „ „ 

Hochkofler, R., broker, 205 First, S. F., res cor 

Alice and Durant 
Hodges, Mrs. L., res Chester, bet 7th and 8th, W. U. 
Hodges, Geo., millwright, res Lincoln, bet W ood and 

Willow _.„, 

Hodges, Goo. D., hotel proptr, res cor Infth and 

HODGDON, JOHN, fruit and produce, 303 East 

Twelfth, res 1101) East Fourteenth. B. __ 
Hodgkiss, Geo., mining speculator, res San I ablo 

Av, bet 17th and lHth 
Hoff, Luwis. hay and grain, B. 
Hoghan, E. W., Wells, Fargo & Co., res Second, bet 

Alice and Jackson 
Hogan, J. T.. milkman, res Frederick, bet San Pab- 
lo and Telegraph Avs 
Hogan, Ed. W., clerk Wells, Fargo & Co., >* inth, bot 
Broadway aud Washington, res Second, bot 
Alice and Jackson 
HOGEKTY & GILLARDIN, livery stable, B. 
Hohi'eld, E., music teacher, res Broadway, bet 20th 

and 21st 
Bolbrook, E. L., driver Whitney's Express, res cor 

Tenth and Webster 
Holcomb, M. F. (Holcomb & OutramJ, res 33 Val- 
ley 
Holcomb & Outram, boots and shoes, North Broad- 
way, bet 14th and loth 
Holcomb, W. B., lumber dealer, S. F., res 114 

Eleventh 
Holcomb, C. N. (Holcomb Bros., S. FJ, carriage 
dealer, res Myrtle, bet 7th and 8th 

Holcomb, , mining expert, res Seventeenth, bet 

Grove and Jefferson 
Holder & Poole, Magnolia Restaurant, 1111 Bdwy 
Holder, Thos., Magnolia Restaurant, res cor Frank- 
lin and Tenth 
Holden, J. H., National Brewery Depot, 412 Tenth, 

res 911 Webster 
Holdsworth, Bennett, carpenter, res Twenty-third 
Holiday, J. M., glove manufacturer, B. 
Holland, A. F., porter C. P. R. R., res 0*2 Fifth 
Holland, Henry, clerk, res 204 Fourth 
Holland, Mrs. E., widow, res Webster, bot 14th and 

10th 
Holland, J. C, plasterer, res 207 Sixth 
Holland, J., insurance agent, res Telegraph Av, bet 

23d and 24th 
Holland, John, laborer, res 764 Brush 
Hollister, F. 1)., carpenter, res 512 Eighth 
Hollister, G. W., physician, res Campbell, bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. O. 
Hollister, Mrs. H. F., res 1112 Alice 
Hollivvood, A., Custom House, res Twelfth, bet 

Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Hollahn, James, laborer, res Third, bot Brush and 

Castro 
Hollman, C, grocery, NW cor Fifth and Castro 
Holmes, A., 700 Tenth 
Holman, R. L., clerk with Frank Bros., 349 Market, 

S. F., res 1008 West 
Holman, Goo., clerk Whitney's Express, res Ala- 
meda 
Holmes, G. C, mining speculator, Eleventh Av, bet 

loth and 10th, B. 
Holmes, D., Eighth, nr Broadway 
Homan, C. E., bookkeeper Strasburg & Co., S. F., 

res 009 Tenth 
Howes it Co., gentlemen's furnishing goods and 

stationery, 020 East Twelfth, B. 
Holtz, Chas., upholstorer, res 567 Seventh 
Holt, C. H. (Holt Bros.!, 27 and 29 Bealo, S. F., res 

Seventeenth, bet Jefferson and Grovo 
Holvorson, John, carpenter, ros cor Union and 

Thirtieth, W. O. 
Hood, G. J., teamster, 421 East Twelfth, B. 
Hooe, II., clerk, cor Broadway and Eighth 
Hooe, D. B., carpenter, 513 East Twelfth, B. 
Hook, E., furniture and carpets, 1007 and 1071 



Broadwav, res cor Tenth and Madison 
Hook, H., salesman E. Hook, res W s Market, bot 

13th and Hth 
Hook. H., res Market, bet 13th and 11th 
Hookstead, Peter, peddler, ros Lewis, bet 3d and 

5th, W. U. 
Hoopes, T. C, builder, res Twenty-sixth, bot Grovo 

and West 
Hopkins, C. T., president insurance company, B. 
Hopkins, Wm., Captain U. S. N., res North Broad- 
way, nr Orchard Av 
Hopkinson, Geo., physician, Virginia City, Nov., 

res Fourth, bot Harrison and Alice 
Hopkins, Thos., res 569 Eighth 
Hopkins, M., plasterer, ros NE cor Filbert and 

Third 
Hopkins Thos., shoemaker, res 759 Castro 
Hopkins, Geo. W., mining secretary, res Clay, bot 

14th and 15th 
Horace, Henry, laborer, ros 952 Third 
Horan, Wm., res 705 Fifth 
Hord, Mrs. S. E., 1013 Sixth Av, B. 
Hore, M., peddler, res 805 Tenth 
llorgs, W. W., clerk, 1100 Market, cor Elovonth 
Horgan, Michael, hostler, tea SE cor Twenty-second 

and Telegraph Av 
Horll, Wm. T., grocer, cor Second and Broadway 
Horle, D. B., res Golden Star Hotel 
Ilornung, Fred., clerk, W. O. 
Ilornung, G., druggist, res Sixteenth, bot Jefferson 

and Clay 
Hornn, T. M., laborer, res Sixteenth, bot Market 

and West 
Horr, Mrs. M. E., res 510 Ninth 
llorswill, 1). J., painter, ros Eighteenth, bot West 

and Lrush 
Horton, l.ichard, groceries, 771 Seventh, bot Mar- 
ket and brush, res 067 Sixth 
Horton, Geo. W., engineer C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet 

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Hostetter, Frank, wholesale butchor, B. 

Hosmer, Jas. P., carpontor, res Harrison, bet 7th 

and 8th 
Hostrawsey, J. F., carpenter, res Second, bet Alice 

and Jackson 
Houghton, K. E., lawyer, ros Elm, bet Hawthorn 

and Plymouth Av 
Hough, C. A., clergyman, ros Elm, bet Plymouth 

Av and Edwards 
Houghan, H. D., res 458 Fifth 
Hough, J., bookkeeper, S. F., res Fourteenth, bot 

lid and 3d Avs, B. 
Houghton, F. T., wood and willow ware, S. F., res 

NE cor Lincoln and Willow 
How, J. E., painter, res 307 Sovcnth 
How k. Hoolittlo, house and sign painters, NE cor 

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How. J. E., house and sign painter, 307 Soventh 
Howard, J. H., hardware, res 527 Fourteenth Av, B. 



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HOWARD, J. H., stoves and tinware, B. 
Howard, Goo. W., hostler, res Twenty-second, bet 

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Howe, J. P., commission merchant, ros Thirteenth, 

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Howe, Sainl., millwright, res Short, nr Cedar, W. 0. 

Howe, Collins, carpenter, res 821 Filbert 

Howell, S. S;, money broker, S. F., eor Sansom and 
Commercial 

Howells, Mrs. S. E., res N W cor Market and Twenty- 
fourth 

Howlett, Wm., Louisiana Hotel, 420 First 

Howland, VV. H., mining supt, res Fourteenth, bet 
Webster and Franklin 

Hoyte, N. B., examiner, res NW cor Seward and 
Peralta, W. 0. 

Hubburd, F., res 514 Tenth 

Hubbard, W., machinist C. P. F. R., res Tenth, bet 
Adeline and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Hubbard, Henry, bookkeeper, res Tenth, bet Ade- 
line and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Hubbard, Frederick, fireman, res Tenth, bet Adeline 
and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Hubback, E. T.,ros 1128, Myrtle 

Hubbard. A. S., Eagle Warehouse, res 819 Filbert 

Hudoff, C. L 1 ., clerk, B. 

Hudstuin, W., grocer, SW cor Tenth and Franklin, 
res SE cor Walker and Thirteenth At 

Hudson, i)r. , Eighth nr Broadway 

Huff, L. B., roal estate capitalist, res East Four- 
teenth, between '.ah and 10th Avs, B. 

Huff, Win. (j., real estate. Sixteenth, bet Fourth and 
Fifth Avs, B. 

Hufschiuidt, Louis, plumber, ros SE cor W,od and 
Seward, W. U. 

Hufschmidt, H. , plumber, res Seward, bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Hughes, Enoc, laborer, res 362 Fourth 

Hughes, I). P., mining speculator, res San Pablo Av, 
between 17th and 19th 

Hughes, W. A., liquor dealer, 575 Clay, S. F., res 
Eighth, bet Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 

Hughes, Thomas, laborer, B. 

Hughes, Patrick, carpenter, res 814 Grove 

Hughes, A., carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Hughes, Capt. Wm. B., U. S. A., res Eighth, bet 
Castro and Grove 

Hughos J . G., stock broker, res Chester, bet 9th and 
luth, W. U. 

Hughes, , stock broker, ros Tenth, bet Cypress 

and Center, W. 0. 

Hugunin, E., retired ship captain, res 967 Jefferson 

Hums, Airs E. F., res 12-8 Broadway 

Hume, J as., res SE cor Twenty-first and Telegraph 
Av 

Hume, Mrs. E T., res SE cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph Av 

Hume, Mrs. A. M., res SE cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph Av 

Hummiston, W., carpenter and contractor, B. 

Humiston, Wm., carpentor, 472 Eleventh, B. 

Humphrey, Morton, turner, res 403 Fourteenth, B. 

Hung Tie Chung & Co., Chinese and Japanese goods, 
49 San Pablo Av 

Hunter Thomas, farmer, res SW cor Brush and 
Lydia 

Hunt, M., foreman City Hall Stables 

Hunt, M., livery stable, res 718 Twelfth 

Huntley, £». B., assayer, res Webster, bet 14th and 
15th 

Huntley, B. C, retired farmer, res Webster, bet 
14th and 15th 

Huntington, Geo. H., carpentor, res Linden, bet 2Sth 
and 30th 

Hurd, M. S.,C. P. R. R., res Sycamore, bet Grove 
and Telegraph Av 

Hurley, J as., butcher, res West, bet 14th and 15th 

Hurley, D., blacksmith, ros 853 Franklin 

Hurley, Jas. A., with Kice & White, res Durant, bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Hurney, JohnF., boot and shoo dealer, res Eleventh, 
bet Center and Kirk ham, W. 0. 

Hussoy, Wm. 11., Custom House, S. F., res Walton, 
bet Grove and West 

Husted, F. iVl., Custom House, S. F., res 114 Elev- 
enth 

Hutchinson, C. C, carpenter, res Campbell, bet Lin- 
coin and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Hutchins, G. H., receiving teller L. & S. F. Bank, 
res 1015 Eighth 

Hutchins, C. E., car driver, res 671 Fourth 

Hutcherson, •, clothing, S. F., res 936 Filbert 

Hutchison, Wm., gardener, NE cor Telegraph Av 
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Hutchings, , marine surveyor insurance com- 
pany, B. 
Hutchison, J., Bay Nursery, cor Telegraph Av and 

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HUTCHISON, JAS.. nurseryman and seedsman, 

dopt Fourteenth, bet Broadway and Washington 
Huttleston, Geo., boot and shoe maker, Railroad Av, 

W. U. 
Hyde, W. B., civil engineer C. P. R. R., res 162 

Third 
Hyde, Mrs. , stamping, embroidery, and glove 

cleaning, 458 Twelfth 
Hyde, T. J., stamping, embroidery, and glove clean- 
ing, 458 Tweltth 
Hyde, E. H., dollar store, Broadway, bet 13th and 

14th 
Hyman, E., peddler, res 360 Third 
laus, Ubbe, saloon keeper, res Chester, bet 10th and 

12th, W. U. 
Iarwart, Geo., hotel and restaurant, 838 Broadway 
Ickman, Jas., plasterer, res NW cor Twenty-fourth 

and Valley 
Use, \V. A., assayer, res 677 Sixth 
lncapie, R., boot maker, 410 Ninth, res 406 Ninth 
Ingalls, W. A., builder, ros 1003 trauklin 
Ingalls, N. B., capitalist, res Ninth, bet Alice and 

Jackson 
Ingorsoll, Wm. B., photographer, 1069 Broadway 
Ingerson, Chas., carpenter, res 561 Fifth 
Ingols, Jas. E., clork, res fiOl Fourteenth 
Ingram, A. J., clerk, 914 Broadway 
Inwair', J. B., bar keeper, res SE cor Sixth and 

Harrison 
Inwall, John H., bar tender, 851 Broadway, res 

Eighth, bet Webster and Harrison 
Irish, S. L., carpenter, res Grove, bet Pine and 

_ Cedar, W. U. 
Irish, S., machinist, res 661 Washington 
Ironmonger, C. J., 364 First 
lrvin, A., bricklayer, B. 
Irvin, Wm., miner, res 271 Eighth 
Irwin, B., artist, res cor Nineteenth and Seventh 

Av, B. 
Irvine, John, gardener, res 410 Tenth 
Irvine, Robt., student, res 410 Tenth 
Irving, Wm. R., porter Bancroft & Co.,S. F., res 671 

Sixth 
Irwin, S., gardener, res Twenty-second, bet Curtis 

and West 
Irwin, Chas., coachman Geo. C. Potter, Telegraph 

Av, bet 16th and 17th 
Irwin, John, merchant, S. F., res Tenth, bet Jef- 
ferson and Clay 
Jackson, F. R., bookkeeper, res Campbell, bet 8th 

and Taylor, W. U. 
Jackson, A. F., waiter, res Chester, bet 3d and 5th. 

W. 0. 
Jackson, W. L., insurance agent, res Fifth, bet Lin- 
den and Filbert 
Jackson, G. N., carpenter, res 512 Eighth 
Jackson, G. A., carpenter, res Fifth, bet Myrtle and 

Filbert 
Jacobson, J. H., sea captain, res 1003 Webster 
Jacobus, C. Theo., carpenter, res Eighth, bet Adeline 

and Magnolia, W. 0. 
Jacobs, John, res Logan, bet Telegraph Av and 

Grove 
Jacobs, A., clerk, 841 Broadway, res Fifth, bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Jacob, Ernest, tailor, Broadway, res Franklin 
Jacobson, John, cook, res cor Eleventh and Bdwy 
Jacobs, H., tailor S. Francis, res 1005 Franklin 
Jacobs, R. C, miner, res Seventh, bet Union and 

Poplar, W. U. 
Jacquenot, A., vegetable and fruit storo, B. 
JAHN H. (Jahn it SchollJ , res Tenth, bet Frank- 
lin and Webster 
JAHN & SCHOLL, gunsmiths, Tenth, bet Franklin 

and Webster 
James, J. E., res 316 Fourteenth 
James, J. E., mining engineer, res 320 Fourteenth 
James, B., fireproof painter, B. 
James, Mrs. Mary E., res Broadway, bet 16th and 17th 
Jameson, , pay department U. S. A., res 1059 

Washington 
Jancovich, G., oyster saloon, S. F., res Pino, bet 

Goss and Short, W. 0. 
Janes, A. H., police judge, res Thirteenth, bet 

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Janin, Lewis, mining engineer, res cor Seventeenth 

and Webster 
Janssin, Ernest, merchant, Front, 8. F., res 515 

Eighth 
Janvrin, Geo. N., sawyer, res Filbert, bet 28th and 

30th 
Janvier, Allen E., instructor Cal. Military Acadomy, 

Telegraph Av and Broadway 
Joffers, Wm. H., traveling agent, res Sixteenth, bet 

0th and 7th Avs, B. 
Jellott, F. M., contractor, res Sixteenth, bet 0th 

and 7th Avs, B. 
Jenkins, T. 1-'., real estate agent, res Seventh, bet 

Brush and Castro 
Jenkins, F. E., sawyer, res 603 Third 
Jenkins, Wm., carpenter, res 101-1 Webster 
Jensen, H., res Logan, bet Telegraph Av and Grove 
Jewett, Geo. D., Custom House, S. P., res Franklin, 

bet 17th and 18th 
Jewett, Jarvis, solicitor, res North Fifteenth, nr 

Center 
Jewett, S. M., assistant teacher High School, cor 

Twelfth and Market, res Franklin, bet ITtli and 

18th 
Johnson, Robt., laborer, res 17th, bet Market and 

West 
Johnson, John, seaman, res 521 Sixth 
Johnsen, Frank, sawyer, res 005 Third 
Johnson, H., porter C. F. K. R., res i bird, bet Brush 

and Castro 
Johnson, C, chief porter C. P. R. R., res Third, bet 

Brush and Castro 
Johnson, Thos., coffee stand, 415 Drumm, S. F., res 

Filbert, bet 1st .and 3d 
Johnson, E., grocer, 1100 Market, cor Eleventh 
Johnson, A., carpenter, res Thiid, bet Linden and 

Chestnut 
Johnson, Perry, City Marshal, res cor Second and 

Webster 
Johnson, C. M., photographer, res 828 Franklin 
Johnson, C. E., printer, res Alia House 
Johnson, H. A., carpenter, res 201 Ninth 
Johnson, J., agent Kenton Coal Co., S. F., res 707 

Alice 
Johnson, Hans, gardener, res Webster, bot 23d and 

imh 

Johnson, Chas., lumberman, res 700 Jackson 

Johnston, W. J., expressman, res Tenth Av, bet 
15th and 10th, B. 

Johnson, Geo. W., gardener at Grant's, B. 

Johnson, A., carriage washer City Hall Stable 

Johnson, A. P., White House Saloon, SE cor First 
and Webster 

Johnson, Chas., White House Saloon, SE cor First 
and Webster 

Johnson, Louis, laborer, 41 Broadway, bet 10th and 
lith, res 413 Eleventh 

Johnstone, J. S.. bookkeeper, 1011 Broadway, res cor 
Fifth and Alice 

Johnson, , boot and shoe maker, 407 Sixth 

Jolm-on, Fred., driver, cor Seventh and Broadway, 
res 8o0 Seventh 

Johnson, Mrs. M., res Twenty-sixth, bet West and 
Grovo 

Johnson, Mrs. E. J., res 512 Eighth 

Johnson, Jas. H., sea captain, res Lewis, bet 3d and 
5th, W. O. 

Johnson, Peter, cooper, res Adeline, bet 24th and 
20th 

Johnson, Jas., carpenter, res Seventeenth, bet Cen- 
ter and Cypress, W. O. 

Johnson, Jas., carpenter, res Sixteenth, bet Kirk- 
ham and Cypross, W. O. 

Johnson, J., packer, res Pine, bet Seward and Lin- 
coln, W. O. 

Jolly, R,, gardener, NW cor Castro and Twelfth 

Jones, J. H., painter, res 832 Clay 

Jones, O. B., builder, res Eighteenth, bet West and 
Brush 

Jone^, John W., speculator, res NW cor Jefferson 
and Second 

Jones, B. R., farmer, res Fourth, bot Castro and 
Grove 

Jones, Thos., painter, res Nineteenth, bet Brush 
aud Castro 

Jones, Frank, stock speculator, res 814 Tenth 

Jones, Thos., stock speculator, res 814 Tenth 

Jones, W. L., clergyman, res Sycamore, bet Grove 
and Telegraph Av 



Jones, Daniel, tinsmith, res SE cor Twentieth and 

Telegraph Av 
Jones, Mrs. C, millinery, 55 San Pablo Av 
Jones, D. H., porter C. P. R. R., res 808 Harrison 
Jones, C., grocer, 1115 Broadway, res Johnson House, 

San Pablo Av 
Jones, E. G., janitor Odd Fellows' Hall, res 303 

Tonth 
Jones, C, painter, res 55 San Pablo Av 
Jones, C. H., butcher, 65 San Pablo Av 
Jones, James, clerk, res 50 t Eighth 
Jones, S. 1)., salesman, res Wood, bet Atlantic and 

Willow, W. O. 
Jones, G. W., carpenter, res Pine, bet Seward and 

Lincoln, W. O. 
Jorden, L. F., carpenter, res Alta House 
Jordou, Win., insurance agent, res 058 Eighth 
Jorden, M. S., carpenter, res Alta House 
Jorden, Geo., carpenter, res Twenty-second, bet 

Curtis and West 
Jorden Bros., carpenters, 403 Tenth 
Jordan, Wm. H., manager Real Estate Union, 921 

Broadway 
Josephs, M. P. A., bookkeeper, S. F., res 572 Fourth 
Josephs, P. A., res 572 Fourth 
Jost, W. H., res 718 Fourth 
Joseph, Antone, laborer, ros 300 Third 
Joseph, Geo., laborer, res Grove, bet 27th and 28th 
Joyce, L. B.. machinist, ros 
Judd, N. A., clerk, Broadway, bot 13th and 14th, res 

Telegraph Av 
Judd, , carpenter, res Goss, bot Wood and Pine, 

W. O. 
Judson, John M., clerk Chas. L. Taylor, res Six- 
teenth, bat Jefferson and Clay 
Judson, A., mining speculator, res Seventeenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Judson, W.F., carpenter, res 577 Eighth 
Julian, A. S., grocer, res 13 Harrison 
Julian, Gamptes, gardener, res North Broadway, nr 

Orchard Av 
Juline, N. S., res SE cor Eighteenth and Broadway 
Justor, R., wagon maker, res 300 Tenth 
Kaas, Peter, gilder Lutz <fe Berg, res SW cor Web- 
ster and Third 
Kaedel, Mrs. B., res SE cor Brush and Sixteenth 
Kaese, A., machinist, res San Pablo Av, bet 17th 

and loth 
Kaese & Rode, gun and locksmiths, 419 Tonth 
Kaese, A., gun and locksmith, ros San Pablo Av, nr 

Frederick 
Kaiser, M., upholsterer, ros 423 Tenth 
Kalleher, Patrick, blacksmith, res 714 Webster 
Kallahar, P., horse shoer, res Seventh, bet Madison 

and Jackson 
Kallenborg, E., barber. Railroad Av, W. O. 
Kallstrum, H., pilot, res Eighth, bot Campbell and 

Willow, W.O. 
Kane, Frank, bar keeper J. M. Cronin 
Kane, Michael, hostler, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirk ham, W. O. 
Kanigan, John, laborer, re9 SW cor Castro and 

Nineteenth 
Kasserman, Fredk., carpenter, res 303 Fourth 

Kasserman, Mine. , astrologist, res 303 Fourth 

Kays, J. P., cook, res 007 Sixth 



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Keatin, Mrs. B., res Fourteenth, bet Castro and 
Grovo 

Keating, J. P., flour mill, res Chester, bot 10th and 
12th, W. O. 

Keating, Wm., groceries, res Sixteonth, bet Kirk- 
ham and Cypress, W. O. 

Keefer, Wm. M., U. S. Mint.S. F., res Fifteenth, bet 
Jefferson and Clay 

Keofe, John, teamster, res Twenty-sixth, bet Grove 
and West 

Keefe, John, grocer, SW cor Twenty-fifth, and New 
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Koefor, Wm., carpenter, res 800 Jefferson 

Keene, Charles W., real estate, res NE cor Fifth and 
Lewis, W. 0. 

Keegan, Timothy, laborer, res Adeline, bet 24th and 
24th 

Keitly, Louis Porter, Second, bet Jackson and Madi- 
son 

Kellogg, James, bookkeeper Carolan, Cory & Co., S. 
P., res 012 Sixth Av, B. 

Kellogg, A. E., Golden Gate Academy. 

Kellogg, C. W., bookkeeper Tubbs & Co., Front, S.F., 
ros N W cor Grovo and Fifteenth 

Kellogg, Frank H, ros 817 Brush 

Kellogg, H. D.. res 817 Brush 

Kellogg, M. G., physician, res Eleventh, bet Brush 
and Castro 

Kellogg, S. I., Jr., proprietor Tubbs' Hotel, B. 

KELLOGG & HASKINS. Princiual Golden Gate 
Academy 

Kelly, John, moulder, res 660 Ninth 

Kelly, A. R., laundryman, res Kirkham, bet 11th 
and 12th, W. 0. 

ly, , carpenter, res Willow, bet Chase and 

Taylor, W. 0. 

Kolley, L. C, paying teller Sather's Bank, S. F., res 
Linden, bet 8th and 10th 

KELLY, E. J. & CO., real estate, 414 Seventh 

KELLY, E. J., real estate, res 060 Ninth 

KELLY, JOHN B., res NE cor Sixth and Franklin 

Kelly, M. Field, assistant city engineer, fi 10 Ninth 

Kelley, J. J., plumber, res Second and Washington 

Kelley, John B., real estate, 414 Seventh, res 826 
Franklin 

Kelley, Wm., tailor, 4(16 Eighth, Eland House 

Kelley, C. M., carpenter, res 706 Webster 

Kelly, M. M., boiler maker C. P. R. 11., res Camp- 
bell, bet 7th and 8th, W. O. 

Kelly, Jas. F., laborer, ros Lincoln, bet Wood and 
i'ine, W. 0. 

Kelley, Wm. P., carpenter, res William, bet Wood 
and Willow. W. 0. 

Kelley, P. T., shoemaker, B. 

Kelley, Chas., laborer, res 630 Filbert 

Kelly, John, laborer, res Market, bet 4th and 5th 

Kelly, Thomas, laborer, res 806 Castro 

Kelly, G. M., clerk, NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 

Kelly, Michael, surveyor, res 660 Ninth 

Kslsey, N., drug store, 1061 Broadway, res 971 Bdwy 

Kelsch, Geo., barkeeper, First 

Kelton, John C, Lieut-Col. U. S. A., res Seven- 
teenth, bat San Pablo and Telegraph Avs 

Kempkey, A., clerk, 422 Battery, S. F., res Second, 
bet Alice and Jackson 

Kenedy, Wm., plumber, res 667 Washington 

Kenedy, W. V., moulder, res 707 Fifth 

Kenedy, Patrick, expressman, res Twenty-fifth, bet 
Telegraph and Broadway 

Kenedy, P. M., carpenter, res 707 Fifth 

Kendall, C. B., agent Globe Gas Burner, res Knox 
House 

Koniield, E. D.. clerk Davidson & Co.,S. F., res Cal- 
edonia Av, bet Grove and Telegraph Av 

Kenip. Jacob, laborer, res Wood, bat Taylor and 
Seward, W. 0.8 

Kennedy, L. W., speculator, ros 1059 Washington 

Kennedy, J. S., mining secretary, rosjTelegraph Av, 
nr Kelsev House 

KENNEY, MRS. MARY F., res 811 Washington 

Kenney, Mrs. E., res 834 Jackson 

Kennedy, M., bootmaker, B. 

Kenney, W. A., bar keeper, B. 

Kennedy, W. W., clerk, res 832 Thirteenth, cor Market 

Kenl, 1). M., secretary Martin's Emigrant Union, 
S. F., res 054 Fifth 

Kent, Richard, carpenter, res William, bet Pine aud 
Cedar, W. 0. 

Kent, Thos. R., porter, 112 and 114 California, S. F., 
res 066 Tenth 

Kent, R. F., stock broker, 408 California, S. F., res 
561 Eighth 

Konyon, T. C, stock speculator, res 956 Castro 

Korline, E., produce dealer, Center Market, res 5G9 
Eighth 

Kiv «v. L. C, eunsmith, 630 Montgomery, S. F., res 
Fifteenth, b_'t Market and West 

Besler, fc'., law student, res cor Seward and Camp- 
boll, W. O. 

Kester, L. B., mnnuf syrups, 714 Front, S. F., res 
Division, bet Wood and Pino, W. O. 



Keyos, Jas., car ropairer, res Fifth, bet Center and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Keyes, M., printer, 911 Broadway, res cor Fifth and 

Washington 
Keyes, John, car repairer C. P. R. R-, res Fifth, bet 

Henry and Chester, W. 0. 
Keyes, Merlin, printer, res 771 Washington 
Keyes, J. F., carpenter, res SE cor Second and Web- 
ster 
Richardson, Mrs. S. J., res 715 Linden 
Kiosor, Autoine, laborer, res Cedar, nr7th, W. 0. 
Kihlmeyer, L., saloon keeper, 461 and 462 Sixth, bet 

Broadway and Washington 
Kilaan. Jas., laborer, res Twenty-seventh, bet West 

and Grove 
Kilbourn, W. L., stock broker, S. F., res 027 Tenth 
Kilbourne, A., engineer C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet 

Pino and Wood, W. 0. 
Kilpatriek, D., tailor S. Francis, res 510 Fifth 
Kilpeck, Barney, waiter, res 807 Washington 
Kimball, C. B., contractor, res Franklin, nr Burant 
Kimball, Jas. II., Mansion House, B. 
Kimball, L. W., real estate, res 1023 West 
Kline, A. W., upholsterer, res Elm, bet San Pablo 

Av and Grove 
Kindlebergor, Jofferson, machinist, 309 Second 
Kindgren, C. W., painter, res Linden, bet 28th and 

30th 
King, W. E., bookkeeper, ros 415 Tenth 
King, John A. B., engineer, res 761 Washington 
King, T. J., clerk, res 323 Fifth 
King, M. G. L., civil engineer, office Rooms 8 and 9, 

1004|Broadway, ros 211 Twelfth 
KING & WILLIAMS, carriage makers, 414 Elev- 
enth 
King, J. IL, barber Tubbs' Hotel, res 357 Eighth 
King, Mrs. A., hairdresser, res 357 Eighth 
King, M. F., ship owner, res 557 Seventh 
King, T. J., clerk J. S. Orosley 
King, J., coachman Gen. Kirkham 

King, Mrs. , res Henry, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 

King, G. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bet 

Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
King, M. L., carpenter, res Third, bet Linden and 

Chestnut 
King, Sr., H. L., clerk, res 770 Tenth 
King. Mrs. A., res Tenth, bet Cypress and Center. 

W. 0. 
King, A., laborer, res Filbert, bet 5th and 7th 
Kingston, Geo., laborer, res Fifth, bet Linden and 

Filbert 
Kingshott, Richard, carpenter, res 3d, bet Market 

and Myrtle 
Kingsbury, Wm. B., mining supt, res 811 Brush 
Kingston, Richard, C. P. R. R., res Fifth, bet Linden 

and Filbert 
Kingsbury, H. M., clerk, B. 
Kingsland, F. G., clerk, res Twelfth Av, bet 11th and 

12th, B. 
Kingsley, Mrs. E., private school, 1016 Twelfth 
Kingman, John F., boot cutter, res 807 Washington 
Kingsbury, Sanford, C. P. R. R.,59 Twelfth, B. 
Kinkead, Mrs. E. B.,res 361 Second 
Kinner, J. S., carpenter, res 061 Washington 
Kinsey, C. W., auctioneer, res Tenth, bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Kinsley, C. N., conductor C. P. R. R., res Eighth, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Kirchoff, Emil, stone worker, Franklin 
Kirchheimor, H., confectioner, Broadway, bet 10th 

and 11th, res Edward 
Kircalde, Herman, Royal Canadian Ins. Co., res 

Temescal 
Kirchhoif Bros., grocery and saloon, cor First and 

Franklin 
Kirchhoff, Chas., grocer 
Kirchhoff, Conrad, grocer 
Kirch heiner, P. F., candy manufacturer, B. 
Kirchheiner, J. H., City Candy Manufactory, East 

Twelfth, B. 
Kirkham, Gen. R. W., Oak, bet 8th and 8th 
Kirk, Wm., architect, 954 Broadway 
Kirk, AV. H., student, 954 Broadway 
Kirk, Geo., gasfitter, res 805 Jefferson 
KIRK, 0. C, stoves, tinware, gasfitter, etc., 315 East 

Twelfth, B. 
Kish, A. D., tailor, res Twelfth, bet Wood and Wil- 
low. W. 0. 
Kitteridge, C. S., physician, office and res 577 Twelfth 



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Kluegel, C. H., civil engineer, res SW eor Four- 
teenth and Linden 
Klein, J., bookkeeper, 951 Broadway, res C. P. House 
Klemn, John, gardener, res 317 Eleventh 
Klepfuer, Frederick, rerired, res 224 Fourth 
Klose, C. A., publisher Pacific Rescue, res 710 Ninth 
Kluegel, Ferdenand, retired merchant, res Adeline, 

bet 12th and 14th 
Klumpp & Kuerzel, carriage manufactory, Broad- 
way, bet 1st and 2d 
Klumpp, F-, carriage manufactory, Broadway, bet 

1st and 2d 
Knapp, S., merchant, res Webster, bet 17th and 

Durant 
Kneen, Wm., printer 911 Broadway, Washington, 

bet 12th and loth 
Kneier, Geo., farmer, B. 
Knewing, Fredk. J., West Coast Furnishing Co., S. 

F., res Caledonia Av, bet Grove and Telegraph 

Av 
Knight, W. H., G. N. & P. S. S. Co., res Webster, bet 

14th and loth 
Knight, Allen, London and S. F. Bank, res Webster, 

bet 14th and 10th 
Knight, F. W., carpenter, res Clay, bet 16th and 

17th 
Knight, X. R., clerk, res 1110 Myrtle 
Knowles, W , carpenter, res litb Tenth 
Knoch, Peter, shoe maker, res 324 Fourth 

Knowles, , Jackson's Lumber, res 323 Fourth 

Knowles, Calvin C, dentist, 128 Post, S. F., res 919 

Ninth, B. 
Knowles, SainT E., dentist, 12S Post, S. F., res 919 

Ninth, B. 
Knowles. Wm. A., dentist, 128 Post, S. F., res 919 

Ninth, B. 
Knox, I. W., treasurer 0. B. R. Co., Wilcox Block, 

res Telegraph Av 
Knox. 0., salesman, B. 
Knox, H. E., dentist, 23 Post, S. F., res Merrimac PI, 

bet Telegraph Av and Webster 
Knox House, W. S. Edwards, proptr. Telegraph Av, 

bet Knox PI and 26th 
Knox, 1. W. Palmer & Knox , S. F., res Knox 

House 
Knox. Osca, res 10.35 Fifth Av, B. 



Koob, A., butcher, 20 and 22 City Market, res NW 

eor Frederick and Telegraph Av 
Kornahrens, H., grocer, SE cor Tenth and Bdwy 
Kornahrens, Jacob, clerk, SE cor Tenth and 

Broadway 
Kosrer, Herman, grocer, res 021 Webster 
Kraft, E., carpenter, res 752 Franklin 
Kraft, Geo., bar tender, 471 and 473 Eighth 
Kraft. L.. butcher, 829 auJ 831 Broadway, Golden 

Star Hotel 
Kramnn ft Dives. Oakland Brewery, NE cor Durant 

and Telegraph Av 
Kramnn, Chas. Kramnn A Dices,, res Telegraph 

Av, nr Durant 
Krantz, Ferd., tanner and currier, B. 
Krause, Chas., carpenter, res Goss, nr Bay, W. 0. 
Krembory, B., teamster, B. 

Krepper, P., gunsmith and cutler, res 420 Eleventh 
Krepper, N., gunsmith and cutler, 420 NW cor 

Eleventh and Webster 
KREYEXHAGEN, E. k CO., grocers, eor Sixth and 

Broadway, res 458 Sixth 



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KOENIG, A., real estate agent, 472 Seventh, res cor 
Fourth and Clay 

Koenig, L. A., res 775 Fourth 

Koiler, H«nry, clerk, res SIS Third 

Koffman. T., peddler, res 615 Sixth 

Koioed. J. C, upholsterer, res Sixteenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 

Kofoed, J. C, spring mattress maker, 422 Ninth, res 
Sixteenth, bet Market and Webster 

Kohler, H. J., clerk, B. 

Kohler, H., clerk, cor Wood and Railroad Av, W. O. 

Kohler, Chase & Co., pianos and organs, Broadwav, 
nr 14th 

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Kohler. R. J., res Twenty-second, bet San Pablo Av 

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Kolb, Jos., carpenter, res Railway Av, W. O. 
Kolb. Jos., carpenter, res Seventh, bet Adeline and 

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Kreutzfeldt, S., switchman C. P. R. R., res Atlantic, 

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Krimb, A., tanner, B. 
Kruse, John, oysterman, res 305 Second 
Krumb, Fred., tannery, East Twelfth, B. 
Kuenzi, J., wood turner, res 405 Ninth 
Kuerzel, R., carriage manufacturer, Broadway, bet 

1st and 2d 
Kundert, Fred., shoemaker, res Twenty-first, bet 

West and Brush 
Kune, Jas. H., carpenter, res Elm, bet Grove and 

San l'ablo Av 
Kuhne, A. W., upholsterer, res Elm, bet Grove and 

San Pablo Av 
h.unzel, Andrew, stone mason, res Filbert, bet 23th 

and 
Kuhne, Arnold, professor music, Jackson, bet 6th 

and 7th 
Kurtz, B. C, clerk, res Fifteenth, bet Jefferson and 

Clay 
Kuss. Peter, painter, res Locust, bet Grove and san 

Pablo Av 
Kyte, Jas. C, carpenter, res 3*34 Third 
Laage, Wm., 916 Broadway, res Ninth, bet Broad- 
way and Frederick 
Labulus, Thos., blacksmith. B. 
Laddan, Jas., res NE cor Fifteenth and Jackson 
Laddan, J. E., merchant, S. F., res NE cur Fifteenth 

and Jackson 
Lafleche, G. T., C. P. R. R., res 41S Mnth 

Lafferty, , Broadway 

Lafferty & Coursen, butchers. Third 

Lafferty, Oren, butcher, Third 

Lagrio, John, marble worker, res Myrtle, bet 2d 

and 3d 
Laidlaw, Walter, Mendocino Lumber Yard. Seventh 

and Brush, res NW cor Tenth and Harrison 
Laidlaw, A., Mendocino Lumber Yard, Seventh and 

Brush, res N W cor Tenth and Harrison 
Lake, E. H., carpenter, res Market, bet 22d and 24th 
Lallement, Chas., lace cleaner, res Telegraph Av, 

bet 24th and 25th 
Lamb, James, butcher, B. 

Lamb, Fiichard. res Prospect Av, nr Telegraph Av 
Lamb, William, expressman, res cor Thirty-fourrh 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Lamb, James, fisherman and carpenter, B. 
Lamb, J. E., salesman, B. 

Lambert. Wm., bar keeper, res Sixteenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 
Lambert, Jas., Fourth, bet Franklin and Webster 
Lamere, James, carpenter 
Lamoureux, T., salesman Remillard Sc Bros. 
Lamoureux, Davi'd, bookkeeper, room 10, Willard 

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Lamping, T. M., res 577 Eighth 

Lancaster, Henry, carpenter, ros Fifteenth, bet 

Cypress and Kirk ham, W. 0. 
fencaster, t ., carpenter, Third 
Lange, Thomas, butcher, res XW cor Market and 

Twenty-second 
Langdon, S. W., currier, res Division, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
langloy, F. M., farmer, res NE cor Willow and 

Chase, W. 0. 
Lannon, Bernard, C. C. Water Co., res //4 Fifth 
Lam. ni, D., laborer, res Twenty-fifth, bet Telegraph 

Av and Broadway 
Lanpus, John, porter W. G. Hawkett & Co., W. 0. 
Knsen, Geo. ¥., auctioneer, res 728 Eighth 
La Page, Isaac, carpenter, res nr S\V cor Clay and 

1 ourth 
La Perc, Chas., res Sixteenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 
Laphan, I. P., 1169 Tenth Av, B. 
La l'arle, Madame H., widow, res 371 Fourth 
Lafaucherie, Frank it, clerk, res Newland Hotel 
Lurkin, Miss E., dressmaking, -111 Ninth 
Ermer, A. B., carpenter, res Chestnut, bet 3d and 

nth 
Laroebo &. Sister, dressmakers, 4D1 Ninth 
La louche, Mrs. M., res 529 Second 
Larsen, Albert, caulker, res 202 Fourth 
Larsen, Mrs. 0., widow, res 262 Fourth 

Bar sen, , laborer, res 658 Third 

fcrcen, Chas., wood carver, res 675 Fourth 

Larson, L.. gardener, res NW cor Eighteenth and 

Market 
Larsen, Louis, scroll sawyer, res 061 Third 
Larrabee, Geo. T.. res 709 Jefferson 
Larriin, A., conductor C. P. K. R., res Goss, bet 

Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Larue, James, lumber dealer, Larue's Wharf, B. 
Larue, Lucas B., salesman Laruo's \Vharf, B. 
Lasmussen, Hans, carpenter, res Short, bet Cedar 

and Bay. W. 0. 
Latham, Mrs. James II., res SE cor Lake and Jack- 
son 
Lathrop, S., watchmaker, 961 Broadway, res Six- 
teenth, bet Clay and Jefferson 
Landen, W. W., salesman, 413 Ninth 
Lauer, Martin, gardener, res Thirteenth, bet Wood 

and Willow. W. 0. 
Loughland Wm., carpenter, res 657 Madison 
Laurence, A. A., tinsmith, res S\V cor Alice and 

Jackson 
Laursen, Michael, carpenter, res Adeline, bet 1st 

and 3d 
Laursen, Peter, laborer, res NW cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
Lausten, Christen, gardener, ros Myrtle, bet 24th 

and 20th 
Lauty, Raymond, butcher, B. 

Lawlor, J. B., confectioner, res Jefferson, nr Sixth 
Lawler, Wm. M., physician, 411 Twelfth 
Lawler, John J., master car repairer C. P. K.R., res 

Eighth, bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Lawk-r & Co., Tubbs' Hotel, B. 
Lawless, Jas., laborer, res cor Bay and Short, W. 0. 
Lawlor, John M., proprietor Tubbs' Hotel, B. 
Lawless, James, laborer, res Myrtle, between 2d 

and 3d 
Lawrence Miss E., dressmaker, res 1228 Broadway 
Lawrence, L., clerk, 951 Broadway, res Webster, bet 

4th and 5th 
Lawrence, Mrs. H. J., dressmaker, B. 
Lawrence, N., farmer, Chestnut, bet 32d and 34th 
Lawton, I., lawyer, 954 Broadway, res 1207 Castro 
Lawyer, Perry, res 517 Ninth 
Loaford, Edward, bookkeeper, res 519 Seventh 
Leake, Henry A., lawyer, office 954 Broadway 
Leake, B. T., chemical concrete, res West, bet 10th 

nnd 17th 
Lenke, H. A., lawyer, res 1207 Castro 
LeBallaster, T. W., blacksmith, B. 
Leber, Lewis, carpenter, cor Eighteenth and Thir- 
teenth Av, B. 
Lebrecht. W., blacksmith, res Webster, bet 14th and 

and 1Mb 
Lebrecht, Wm., blacksmith, res 100 Webster 
LeCount, John, civil engineer, res SE cor Clay and 

Ninth 
Lee, Henry C, bookkeeper, res Telegraph Av 
Lee, Hiram H., stock speculator, res 1059 Washing- 
ton 



Lee, W. J., painter, res SE cor Jefferson and Six- 
teenth 

Lee, W. J., painter, res Twenty-first, bet Telegraph 
Av ami Broadway 

Lee, G. W., real estate, Railroad Av, res 14 Pine, W. 
0. 

I.ee. C. J., res cor Seward and Campbell, W. 0. 

Lee, David, bootblack, res cor Thirtieth and Mag- 
nolia, W. 1 1. 

Leep, S. P., miner, res 152 Sixth 

Lefevre, A., dentist, Eighth, nr Broadway, res Alice, 
bet Oth and 7th 

Lefort, Edward, clerk, res 519 Seventh 

Legget, Mrs. Ellen, res 35) Tenth 

Legler, Dr., 1008 Broadway, res Twenty-ninth 

Lehman, Henry, shoe maker, res Filbort, bet 2Sth 
and 30th 

Leighton, Mrs. J., proprietress Star Boarding House, 
Railroad Av, W. 0. 

Li ighton, T. A., carpenter, re3 Pine, bot Seward and 
Lincoln, AV. 0. 

Lener, Jas., res 511 Sixth 

Lenhardt, II.. res 368 Fifth 

Lenoir. N. L., clerk Holbrook & Merrill, res Third, 
bet Alice and Jackson 

Lenoex, Tohfil, bookkeeper, res 355 Tenth 

Lemon. Sidney, druggist, 702 Broadway 

Lenon, J. M„ contractor, res NW cor Fourteenth 
and Castro 

LEMON WM. M., stationery and variety store, nr 
cor East 12th and Thirteenth Av, B. 

Lentell, Jas., harness maker, NW cor Eleventh and 
Franklin, res SW cor Eleventh and Webster 

Lentel, Jus., res 1019 Webster 

Leon. J. M., res Franklin, bet 7th and 8th 

Leonard, Ed., tailor, 40;; Sixth 

Leonard, W., real estate agent, 65 Merchants' Ex- 
change, S. F., res Sycamore, bet Grovo and Tel- 
egraph Av 

Leonard, C. W., physician, res 812 -Myrtle 

LEON HARD F., Central Pacific Railroad House, 
W. 0. 

Lepont, F., res 701 Clay 

Lepper, J. A., gardener, Jackson, North of 13th 

Lerov, C, florist, SW cor Twelfth and Alice 

Lesher, W. F., conductor C. P. R. R., res Seven- 
teenth, bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Leslie, Geo., teamster, res 915 Fifth 

Letch or, F. F., washing powder manufacturer, res 
tSUl Grove 

Letter, J., clothing store, 957 Broadway, res cor Ele- 
venth and Clay 

Letter, Geo., clerk 957 Broadway, res cor Eleventh 
and Clay 

Levan way, W. A., physician, res 703 Eighth 

Levenworth, P., expressman, res Cypress, bet 15th 
and 10th, W. 0. 

Leverett, E. J., hunter, res Twenty-eighth, bet San 
Pablo Av and West 

Levitt, Wm., physician, 465 Broadway 

Levins, Peter, engineer, res cor Bay and Short. W. 0. 

Levy, M. N., salesman 901 Broadway, res 958 Web- 
ster 

Levy, L., salesman, 951 Broadway 

Levy, Henry, clerk 1017 Broadway, res Broadway, 
bet 14th and 15th 

Lewis, Geo., helper, B. 

Lewis, .iohn F., civil and military engineer, res 212 
Jackson 

Lewis, Wm. F., carpenter, res 138 Market, S. F., 
business W. 0. 

Lewis, G. W.. bookkeeper Shakespear & Walter, 413 
Eleventh, res 1010 Franklin 

Lewis, C. R., commission merchant, res NW cor 
Nineteenth and Brush 

Lewis, John, candy peddler. B. 

Lewis & Co., G. R., vegetables, fruit, produco, etc., 
1009 Broadway 

Lewis, G. P.. vegetables, fruit, produce, etc., res cor 
Nin teenth and Brush 

Lewthwart. A., bookkeeper, res Fifth Av, bet 17th 
and 18th, B. 

Leydecker, Thos. W., saloon keeper, res Thirteenth, 
bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Leykvat, Louis, laundryman, res 303 Third 

Lichtenthaler, Miss M., teacher, res 66b Tenth 

Liobman, L., salesman 951 Broadway, res 856 Brush 

Liese, C- II., butcher, East Twelfth, B. 

Liftchild, Harry, res Centennial House 



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Liftehild, Mrs. Sarah, res Centennial House 

Liberty Lodge, K. of P., 1055 Broadway 

Eliengrantz, A., physician, office and res 283 
Twelfth 

Lindeinian, J. C, stock broker, res Fifth, bet Lin- 
don and Filbert 

Lindsay, Mrs. C. midwife, 000 East Twelfth, B. 

Linckc, R., carriage trimmer, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 
5th 

Lippmann, A., dry goods, 811 Broadway, res 5th, 
bet Franklin and Webster 

Lister, A., telegraph operator, res Chester, bet 10th 
and 12th, W. 0. 

Little, Saml., wood turner, res Caledonia Av, bet 
Grove and Telegraph Av 

Little, W. C, lumber dealer, cor First and Wash- 
ington, res Broadway Extension 

Little, Frank, grocer, XE cor Market and Thirty- 
tourth 

Little, Mrs. II., cigar store, Railroad Av, W. O. 

Little, J., bookkeeper C. P. R. R., res William, bet 
Wood and Pine, W. 0. 

Little, J. R., clerk, res Sixteenth, bet Market and 
West 

Littlejohn, G. H., agent encyclopedia, B. 

Livingston, H. B., local editor Oakland Daily 
Transcript, res Sessions' Block, Eighth, bet 
Broadivay and Washington 

Livingston, Fred. S., carpenter, res Twenty-first, bet 
Telegraph Av and Broadway 

Lloyd, B. E.. author. Room ■*) Merchants' Exchange, 
S. F., res Second, bet Alice and Jackson 

Lloyd, John, lawyer, 411}o California, S. F., res Six- 
teenth, bet Jefferson a~nd Clay 

Lock, Z., expressman, res William, bet Wood and 
Willow, W. 0. 

Lockstaff, prof of music, res 1005 Webster 

Logan, H. C, clerk C. P. R. K., res 12 Pine, W. 0. 

Logan, 0. C. 

Logan, Mrs. Jas., res Harrison, bet 3d and Jth 

Lohmann, Henry, clerk, cor Wood and Railroad Av, 
W. 0. 

Lohnien. I., wholesale grocer, res SW cor Madison 
and Lake 

Lohrmann, J., picklo factory, S. F., res Chester, bet 
71 hand 8th. W. 0. 

Long, L. H., builder, res Henry, nr 7th 

Long, John, laborer, res Magnolia, bet 1st and 3d, 
W. 0. 

Long, Levy, carpenter, res Henry, bet Oth and 7th, 
W. U. 

Long, X., boarding house, Franklin 

Lorber, Frank, Soracco House, cor Pine and Rail- 
road Av, \V. 0. 

Loring, Geo. Y., suptS. P. and Tel. Av. H. R. R.,res 
I0o4 Tenth 

Lorquin, E. F.,res Elm, nr College Av 

Loud, W., retired merchant, res NW cor Tele- 
graph Av and Charter 

Louger, C. 11., wrecker, res Eighth, bet Chester and 
Feral ta, W. (). 

Lough, 11. S., butcher, cor Fifth and Broadway 

Loup, T. M., speculator, res Elm, bet Hawthorn and 
Plymouth Av 

Love, W. H., carpenter, res Bay PI, bet Telegraph 
Av and Xorth Broadway 

Lovejoy, H. P., builder, res Jefferson, bet 15th and 
10th 

Loveland, I. E., engineer, res SW cor Pine and Lin- 
coln, W. 0. 

Loveland, John F., teamster, res Taylor, bet Wood 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Low, Jr., F. G., bookkeeper, res North Broadway, 
bet 24th and 25th 

Low, W.'H., mining speculator, res 955 Jackson 

Lowden, W. H., North British Ins. Co., res Center, 
bet ;-th and loth, W. 0. 

Lowe, C'has., bookkeeper, res 910 Filbert 

Lowe, Jas., clerk, res 910 Filbert 

Lowell, J. P., dealer wool and hides, Sacramento, 
res SW cor Castro and Eighteenth 

Lowell, X. R., Eagle Warohouse, S. F., res NE cor 
Sixteenth and West 

Lown, M., carpenter, res Lydia, bet Market and 
Curtis 

Lowrey, F. C, clerk Hanaway's Warohouse, S. F., 
res XW cor West and Fourteenth 

Lowrey, F. J., bookkeeper, res NW cor West and 
Fourteenth 



Lozier, A., bird fancier, S. F., res Seventh, bet 

Campbell and Peralta, W. (). 
Lubback, 11., conductor local, B. 
Lucas, R. B., carpenter, res Twenty-first, bot West 

and Brush 
Luder, . painter, res Twenty-fourth, bot Adeline 

and Union, W. O. 
Ludlow, Chas. H., lumberman, res S32 Jefferson 
Ludwig, Z., cabinet maker, B. 
Luelling, Mrs. Mary, res 470 Fourteenth, B. 
Luelling, U. C, bookkeeper, 955 Broadway, res 

Broadway, bet 1st and 2d 
Luiret, Miss Eliza, French teacher, Oak, bot 10th 

and Uth 
Lufkiu, C, police officer, res 813 Market 
Lull, M. Q., carpenter, res 805 Jefferson 



BSE, Xa'VXaXaJtSir «& SOKS, 
FURNITURE AND 

(ieneral Merchandise Auctioneers, 

Office and .Salesroom. 301 121Bi St.. under Grand Cen- 
tral Hotel. Furniture, House Sales ami all kinds Ot 
General Merchandise Sales solicited. Satisfaction 
guaranteed. Post Office Box 5-18. Oakland. 



LULLEY, M. & SOXS, auction and commission mer- 
chants, 301 Twelfth 

LULLEY, MOSES, auction and commission mer- 
chant, 301 Twelfth 

LULLEY, MELO, auction and commission mer- 
chant, 301 Twelfth 

Lulloy, Mark, clerk Lulley M. & Sons, 301 Twelfth 

Lulley, L., clerk Lulley M. & Sons, 301 Twelfth 

Luna, Frank, clerk, res Willow, bot Lincoln and 
Seward, W. 0. 

Lund, M. C, clerk, res Xinth, bet Choster and Pe- 
ralta, W. 0. 

Lussier, L. 0., artist, res Fifteenth, bot West and 
Brush 

Lussier, L. 0., studio room 161 Xinth 

Luth, John, saloon keeper, res 1114 Seventh Av, B. 

Luth, J. II., harness makor, B. 

Lutkey, Geo., salesman, S. P., res Alice, bet 14th 
and 15th 

Lutz & Berg, importers and manufacturers looking 
glasses, etc., 1058 Broadway 

Lutz, Henry (Lutz & Berg,., res 929 Webster 

Lynch, John, laborer, res Henry, bot 3d and 5th, 
W. 0. 

Lynch, H. J., tinsmith, res 733 Filbert 

Lynch, P. J., gardener, res 721 Filbert 

Lynch, E., carver, res 025 Chestnut 

Lynch, xMaloney & Fitzoll, wood and coal, NE cor 
Washington and Fifth 

Lynch, John, laundryman, res 309 Ninth 

Lynch, Thos., laborer, res 312 Tenth 

Lynch, John, bookkeeper, res 312 Tenth 

Lynde, G. L., stoves and tinware, gasfitting and 
plumbing, B. 

Lynde, Geo. W., clerk, B. 

Lynde, Mrs. M. A., res 000 Tenth 

Lyon, John L., auctioneer, res NW cor West and 
Twelfth 

Lyons, Jos., shoemaker, 905 Broadway, res Adeline 
aud Third 

Lyons, T. M.. carpenter and builder, Seventeenth, 
bet Kirkham and Cypress 

Lytle, J. A., mining speculator, res Eighth, bet 
Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 

Mabery, Albert, merchant, res 329 Fifth 

Mabery, W. L., physician, res Bay, bet Goss and 
Short, W. 0. 

MacCann, Win., Mission Woolon Mills, res 858 Castro 

MacDonald, J. B., carpenter, res Henry, bet 3d and 
5th, W. 0. 

Mackie, J. H., speculator, res 259 Eighth 

Maekey, G. S., teamster, res 375 Second 

Maddock, Maurice, res 953 Webster 

Madden, F., marble shop, Notth Fourteenth 

Madison, Win., Manhattan Marble Works, res cor 

Third and Myrtle 
Maginis, J. J., U. S. Commissioner, res XW cor 

Fourth and Grove 
Magner, M., proprietor El Dorado House, SE cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Maguiro, Mrs. S., res SW cor Fifteenth and West 
Maguire, Mrs., res 314 Third 



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POCKET KNIVES, Etc., Etc. 



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BROOKLYN STATION, BROOKLYN, CAL. 



fiST None but the Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Sold. The Table 
■will be Furnished with the Best the Market affords. 



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SADDLERY AND HARNESi 

PEeasanton, Alameda County, Cai. 

MANUFACTURES AND DEALER IN 



WHIP-STOCKS. LASHES, BRIDLES, SPURS, ETC. 

All kinds of Goods belonging to a First-Class Saddlery and Harness Establishment kept on hand. 
Cffir KUl»<;lI-;s and WAttOXK Neatly Trimmed, In the Latest Style. None but the Best Material nsed.-=®3 
ALL WORK WAKttABrjTJKD. 



All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Pacific Stone Artificial Work, 472 Seventh St., and cor. Second and Franklin. 



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Mnhar, Wm., conductor C. P. R. R.. 1120 West 
Maher, John, saloon keeper, 45 San Pablo Av 
Mahonoy, C, laborer, res SW cor Grove and Third 
Mahonv, Thos., U. S. Mint, res 669 Eighth 
Mahr, Mrs. Mary, res Sixteenth, bet 10th and 11th 

Avs, B. 
Mahr, Henry, painter, res cor Sixteenth and Tenth 

Av. B. „ , 

Mailev, Edward, laborer, res Division, nr Cedar, 

W.O. 
Main, A. F., accountant, res 658 Fifth 
Maleton, H., saloon, SE cor Twenty-second and San 

Pablo Av 

EDWARD M ALSTON, 

Importer and Dealer in 

|inc gaviwa ana gomastfo tfipw, 

TOBACCO and PIPES, 

Wilcox Block. Broadway, Oakland. 



MALETON, E., cigars an" hair dressing, 919 Broad- 
way, cor Twenty-second and San Pablo Av 
Mallet, J., French bakery, Broadway, bet 1st and 

2d 
Malm, C. A., trunk manuf. 2 Post, S. F., res Wil- 
low, bet Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
Maloney, P., coal and wood, Washington 
Maloney, J as., laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 
Maloney, Thos.. laborer, res Twenty-fourth, bet 

Filbert and Myrtle 
Maloney, M., C. P. R. R., res Twenty-first, bet Mar- 
ket and Curtis 
Malonev, P., carpenter, res Willow, bet Atlantic and 

Paciiic, W. U. 
Maloon. S. B. / Maloon Bros. J, res Seventeenth, bet 

Brush and West 
Maloon, Frank {Maloon Bros J, res SW cor Eight- 
eenth and Market 
Maloon Bros., hay, grain and feed store, cor North 

Broadway and Sixteenth 
MALOUN, B. {Maloon & Caswell J, res SW cor Mar- 
ket and Eighteenth 
MALOUN & CASWELL, hay and produce, SE cor 

Market and Twelfth 
Maloon, Geo. E., carponter, res SW cor Market and 

Eighteenth 
Maneteld, Geo., Vienna Chemical Steam Dyeing 

Works, 831 Broadway 
Mangel?;, H., saloon and brewery, B. 
Mauley, J- M., police officer, res 51S Fourteenth, B. 
Eanlovo, S. A., res 953 Castro 

Manley, J. M-, night watchman, 518 East Four- 
teenth, B. 
Mann, B. F., res Alta House 
Manning, P. J., carpenter, res SWcor Campbell and 

Paciiic, W. 0. 
Manuel, Geo., capitalist, res NE cor Fourteenth and 

Castro 
Manuel, Francis, laborer, res Third, bet Henry and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Manuel, Meder, C. P. R. R., res Center, bet Third 

and Fifth, W. 0. 
MARCUS, i., general store, 869 Broadway, res 

Chase, bet Telegraph and San Pablo Avs 
Marchant, A. W., saloon keeper, res 565 Seventh 
Marcy, W. G., commission merchant, res 754 Elev- 
enth, cor Brush 

Mariner, , painter, res 409 Twelfth 

Mariante, Wm. F., hotel and saloon, B. 

Mariner, Capt. S. H., contractor, Third, bot Market 

and Myrtle 
Markloy, Geo. W., carpenter, 760 Brush 
Markes, Antoine, carpenter, B. 

Marques, P. 0., restaurant, 459 Ninth, res 461 Ninth 
Marquardt, J. G., clergyman, res 271 Ninth 
Marquardsen &. Becker, butchers, SWcor Sixth and 

Castro 
Marquardsen Chas., butcher, SW cor Sixth and 

Castro 
Marsh, C. P., res 713 Eighth, cor Castro 
Marsh, C. C, lawyer, 330 Pine, Room 50, S. F., res 

666;Ninth 
Marsh, J. C, res 713 Eighth, cor Castro 
Marsh, Frank P., ros 713 Eighth, cor Castro 
Marsh, E. B., stock speculator, res Eighth 



Marshall, Goo. W., ros 605 Sixth 

Marshall, John C, cooper, res Seventh, bot Market 

and lirush 
Marshall. Chas., capitalist, res Webster, bet 16th 

and 17th 
Marshall. Chas., retired merchant, res SE cor Lake 

and Jackson 
Marshall, M., mining speculator, res 930 Filbert^ 
Marshall, John, sash and blind maker, res 165 Sev- 
enth 
Marshall, T. B., res 360 Seventh 
Marshal, John, longshoreman, res Goss, nr Bay, 

\\ . 0. 
Marshall, T. J., C. P. R. R., res Center, bot 5th and 

7th, W. 0. 
Marston Richard, portor C. P. R. R., res 370 Second 
Marston, S. 1., Whitney's Express Office, S. F., res 

958 Webster 
Marston, L. \V., ros 304 Tenth 
Marston, C. A., secretary Whitney's Express, res 

Jackson 
Marston, B. S., U. S. Mint, S. F., ros SW cor Sev- 
enth and Madison 
Marston, Frank A., harness and saddlery, cor Elev- 
enth and Broadway 
Marston, J. S., res Jackson, bet 13th and Lake 
Marston, Wm. B., student, res Jackson, bet 13th and 

Lake 
M artel, Mrs., res 364 Fourth 
Martel, J. L.,real estate agent, 633 Clay, S. F., res 

Jackson, bot 15th and Lake 
Martelan, John, cook, res 708 Franklin 
Martens & Reier, dry goods, 1155 Broadway 
Martens. J., dry goods, 1155 Broadway . 

Martin, John H., carpenter, res Third, bet Henry 

t and Chester, W. 0. 
Martin, J as., C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W.O. 
Martin, J ohn, laborer, res Linden, bot 14th and 16th 
Martin, C. S., carpenter, res SE cor \\ ood and Wil- 
low, W. 0. 
Martin, Robt., car repairer C. P. R. R., res Seventh, 

bet Campbell and Peralta, W. O. 
Martin, Samuel, res Linden, bet 1st and 3d 
Martin, M., cooper, res 810 Market 

Martin, , carpenter, 310 Fourth 

Martin, Addison, mining secretary, S. F. 
Martin, Frank, stair builder, ros 517 Ninth 
.Martin, Robt., stair builder, res 517 Ninch 
Martin, Frank, joiner, res Thirteenth Av, bet 16th 

and 17th 
Martin, Frank, joiDer, res B. 
Martin, J. C, attorney at law 
Martin E., brick mason, res Twenty-sixth, bet West 

and Grove 
Martin, Capt. D. E., supt Russian-American Ice Co., 

office S. F., res Harrison, bet 14th and 16th 
Marwardt, A., cigar dealer, 4a San Pablo Av 
Mason, W. C, grocer, h. 
Mason, Jas., laborer. B. 
Mason. <ohn A., porter, res Seventh, bet Adeline 

and Magnolia, \V. 0. 
Mason, John, miner, res Sixteenth and Eleventh 

Av, B. 
Mason, J. R., commission merchant, 535 Market, 

S. F., res 1263 Webster 
Mason, W. C, grocer, res 366 Fourteenth, B. 
Mason, Orvillo, res 1117 Castro 
Mason, Marcus, sheep raiser, res 228 Ninth 
Mason, J. R., real estate, res 1117 Castro 
Mason & Co., grocery, cor East Twelfth and Sixth 

Av, B. 
Mason, A. J., stock broker, B. 

Massey, J., conductor C. P. R. R., res SW cor Thir- 
teenth and Harrison 
Massio, Mrs. John, milliner, 1015 Broadway, res 

Sunnysido House, Alice 
Mastin, a. A., gardener, res Broadway, bet 1st and 2d 
Mathews, G. A., Philadelphia Restaurant, cor 
Eleventh and Broadway, res Webster, betweon 
9th and 10th 
Mathews, A. T., res 1019 Fifth Av, B. 
Mathews, J. C, architect, room 4, Union Bank bdg 
Mathews, Henry, res Webster, bot 21st and 22d 
Mathows, W. J., architect, Brpadway 
Mathewson, Peter, grocer, SE cor' Fourth and 

Webster 
Mathewson, James, dairyman, res cor Webster and 
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And BUGGIES, 

Single and doable-seated 

Vehicles of all kinds, 

FAMILY WAGONS, 

Light and Heavy 

EXPRESS WAGONS, 



^ ,-V ~"~ BUSINESS WAGONS, 

M m | !! • ' : Lumber Waqons 

' 11 &S & /^o- ^WAGONS, 



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Harrows, Cultivators, and all kinds of Farmin g Utensils 

CONSTANTLY FOR SALE. 




Carefully and Satisfactorily Done. 



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All Kinds of General Blacksmithing Promptly Attended to. 

NORTHY & MeGRATH. 



J. BOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Carriage Steps, at CHAPPELLET & BEEEYMAN'S, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Mattcrn, Harry, Jr., butcher, NW cor Ninth and 

Webster 
Mattern, Henry, Sen., res N W cor Ninth and Web- 
ster 
Jffetterson, Win., marble factory, res 818 Tliird 
Hither, S. H., real estate, res cor Webster and 

Sixth 
Mather Milbury & Co., real estate, 907 Broadway 
Mattinslv S., mining speculator, res SW cor Fourth 

and Jefferson 
Mfl'i Charles, architect, res 909 Washington 
MA I , CHAS., architect, room 2,954 Broadway, res 

M\rtle, betSth and 10th 
tjfeun, J. S., carpenter, res Grove, bet 19th and 

20th 
Maurice Veret, Washington Hotel, cor Washington 

• and Second 
Mauvais Zeno. agent Florence sewing machines, 456 

Twelfth, res cor Thirteenth and Harrison 
Maxwell, Walter, carpenter, ros 526 Fifteenth, B. 
May, M. N., res 1220 Webster 
Mav, J. 11., butcher. Kailroad Av, W. 0. 
May, W. B., lawyer, res Webster, bet 17th and 

Durant 
| Mav. E. A., of Grosse & Mav, ros 2084 Webster 
MAY, A. W., livery stable, 1163 Tenth Av, B. 
I May, Win., painter, re< sis Jefferson 
i May, Richard, agent Keller A Co., B. 
Mayer. Adolph, upholsterer, East Twelfth, B. 
Mayon. T. C, mining superintendent, res Market, 

bat 15th and 16th 
Mavhe-v, a., grain merchant, S. F., res Twelfth, 

b-t 2d and;. Avs, B. 
McAlister, J. H, wool broker, res 720 Linden 
McAlister, A., res 565 Second 
McAv.-rv, B.. fireman C- P. H. R., res Atlantic, nr 

C ■ lar, W. U. 
McAvoy, H., undertaker, cor Soventh and Broad- 
way, res 8i0 Brush 
McBean, A., agent V. I. S. Pipe Co., 40S and 410 

Eleventh, res SW cor Tenth and Jackson 
McLieth, D. N., hotel proptr, res Brush, bet 3d and 

4th 
McBrerty, Jas., capitalist, B. 
I McBride, 1'atrick, coachman, res 759 Castro 

McCabe & Cox, groceries, cor Soventh and Market 
>| McCabe, M., groceries, cor Seventh and Market 

■ MeCa be, N., carpenter, res Filbert, bet 3d and 5th 

| McCabe, Edward, laborer, res cor Seventeenth and 
I Seventh Av, B. 

I IlcCaffery, John, plumber, res 410 Tenth 
llMcCall, Sam'l, longshoreman, ros Seventeenth, bet 
Cypress and KirKham, W. 0- 
McCallam, J. G., attorney, S. F., 1115 Jackson 
McCann, S., printer, res 365 Ninth 
l! McCann, John S., printer, res 758 Franklin 
McCann, A. S., printer, res 758 Franklin 
i JJcCaslin. Andrew, teamster, res Ninth Av, bet 16th 

and 17th, B. 
i McCarty, Patrick, laborer, res Pine, nr William, W. 

U. 
j McCartv. M., laborer, res Pacific, bet Campbell and 
] Willow, W. U. 

i McCarty, F., retired merchant, res 712 Fifth 
i McCarty, P., hostler Citv Hall Stable 
I McCarty, J.. C. P. K. K., res 360 Seventh 
i McCarty, Tim, painter, res 363 Eighth 
! McCarty, W., carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
i McCartney, H. 11., painter, res SW cor Twenty-sev- 
i enth and West 

McChesney, J. B., principal High School, corTwelfth 
and Market, res Franklin, bet 17th and 18th 
\ McClain, John, fireman C. B. A. K., res 371 First 

■ McClamahum, dyer, res 518 Sixth 

McClessan, Henry, carpenter, res SW r cor Twenty- 
fifth and North Broadway 

McCloud, K. 11., U. S. postal clerk, res Brush, bet 
20th and 21st 

MoAoud, A., carpenter, res Henry, bet 3d and 5th, 
TT. O. 

McClure, A.M., David, principal Cal. Military Acad- 
emy, bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 

McClure, Stewart, assistant principal Cal. Military 
Academy, bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 

McClure, , physician, res 325 Sixth 

McClure, Sam'l, time koeper C. P. R. R., res Goss, 
bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

MlCON'XELL, J. D., saddlery and harness, 469 
Sixth 



McConnell, G. F., clerk, cor Twelfth and Broadway, 

res 962 Clay 
McConlough, Chas., tanner and currier. B. 
McCoru, A., painter, res Twenty-sixth, bet West 

and Grove 
McCraken, Geo. S., collector, res Adeline, bot 1st 

and 3d 
McCrackcn, H., carpenter, res 379 Fifth 
McCrea, Jos., house mover, res Twenty-second, bet 

Linden and Myrtle 
McCrindle, Wm., Glasgow Iron Foundry, S. F., res 

Short, bet Pino and Cedar, W. U. 
McCrinnon, K., carpenter, res SE cor Sixteenth and 

Cypress, W. 0. 
McCuen, Jas., farmer, res NW cor West and Nolan 
McCully, Judson, carpenter, res Jefferson, bet 2d 

and 3d 
McCullock, H., porter C. P. R. R., res Chester, bet 

3d an.l 5tb, W. 0. 
McCullough, Jas., carpenter, res 310 Fifth 
McCullough, B., carpenter, res 189 Alice 
McCutcheon, Robt., saloon keeper, 378 Eighth 
MeCutchel, Frank, stableman, 806 Broadway 
McCutcheon, Win., teamster, res 210 Eighth 
McDaniel, T. J., Grand Western Saloon, » . 0. 

MeDanles, Mrs. ■, res Eighth, bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. 0. 
McDermot, Michael, gas fitter, res 1099 Franklin 
McDermott, B., butcher, res Lincoln, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. u. 
McDonald, Murdock, lather, res 2 Fifteenth, W. 0. 
McDonald, Win., carpenter, res Fifteenth, bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham, W. U. 
McDonald, Mrs. Susan, res Eighth, bet 18th and 
19th, !J. 

McDonald, , elerk, 917 Broadway, res Adeline, 

bet 10th and 12th 
McDonald, J. A. C, plumber, 1227 Broadway 
McDonald, J. B., carpenter, res 818 Myrtle 
McDonald, Chas., carpenter, res SW cor Lewis and 

Third, W. O. 
McDonald, J. B., carpenter, res NE cor AVood and 

Taylor, W. 0. 
McDonald, J., carpenter, res Henry, bet 3d and 5th, 

W. U. 
McDonald, A., carpenter, res Pearson, nr Taylor, 

\\ . 0. 
McDonald, D., carpenter, res William, bet Wood 

and Willow. W. 0. 
McDonald, T. II., box maker, res Twenty-second, 

bet West and Curtis 
McDonald, C, laborer, res 729 Fifth 
McDonnell, P., wood turner, Charter Oak Hotel, 

W. 0. 
McDougal, W. J., prof of music, res Franklin, bet 

14th and 15th 
McEaehen, Duncan, carpenter, res Lewis, bet 3d 

and 5th, W. 0. 
McElroy, J., grocer, 528 Seventh, res 526 Seventh 
McFaddin, John, laborer, res Thirteenth, bet Kirk- 
ham and Center, W. 0. 
McFarland, John, stair builder, cor Second and 

Seventh, W. 0. 
McFeo, Benj. I., plasterer, res Seventh, bet Market 

and Brush 
McGerry, A;, Winthrop House, Soventh, bet Broad- 
way and F'ranklin 
McGetigan, P., bakery, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
McGeorge & Smith, bill posters, 405 Ninth 
McGeorge, H. D., bill poster, res Broadway, nr Mil- 
itary Academy 
McGillivry, Jos., miner, res cor Eleventh and Mad- 
ison 
McGillivray, W., student, res cor Eleventh and 

.Madison 
McGinnis, M., C. P. R. R., res Magnolia, bet 1st and 

3d. V. . 0. 
McGlVNEY, JAS., plumber and gas fitter, 965 
Franklin 



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A roomy and well conducted Hotel for the accomodation of 
the traveling public. 

The appointments of Table and Sleeping Apartments are 
such as cannot fail in ministering to the perfect comfort of guests. 

A Saloon is connected with the hotel, where can be obtained 



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Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. 



P. CHAPPELLET, Asphaltum Sidewalks and Hoofing, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



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McGivney, Thos., moulder, res Short, bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. 0. 
McGovern, Michael, laborer, res Locust, bet Grove 

and San Pablo Av 
McGovern. A. J., paper hangings, 1153 Broadway, 

res Eighth, bet Washington and Clay 
McGowan, Martin, expressman, res 20 Fifth, bet 

Telegraph Av and North Broadway 
McGRATH, JAS., blacksmith, B. 
McGrath, Michael, dairyman, res Kirkham, bet 

18th and 19th, W. U. 
McGraw, M., laborer. Grove, bet Alden and Syca- 
more 
McGraw, John, res 714 Ninth 
MeGraw, Michael, Oakland Gas Co., res 714 Ninth 
McGregor, John, carpenter, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
McGREW, P. H., blacksmith and wagon maker, B. 
McGrow, J. C, laborer, 466 Ninth 
McGrotty, Chas., grocer, res Eighth, bet Wood and 

Pine, W. 0. 
McGuire, P., gardener, B. 
McGuiro, Thos. E., engineer C. P. R. R., res Chase, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
McGuiro, J. M.,C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 

Mcllenry, , res 776 Tenth 

McIIugh, J., warehouse, S. F.,817 Jackson 
Mclnnis, John, carpenter, res Chester, bet 3d and 

5th, W. 0. 
Mclsaac, I>. C, sea captain, res 558 Sixth 
McKnig, W. W., lawyer, res Castro, bet 11th and 

12th 
McKay, Wm. L., painter, res 657 Eleventh 
McKay, W. 1., bookkeeper, cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington, res SE cor Fifteenth and Market 
McKay, Auther, car inspector, res Campbell, bet 

Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
McKean, Mrs. C, res 751 Castro 
McKeand, Geo. W., searcher of records, cor Broad- 
way and Fourth 
McKeo, A. J., carpentor, res Nineteenth bet Bush 

and Castro , 
McKoe, S. B., lawyer, res 1033 Adeline 
RtcKen, Adam, laborer 
McKenna, Daniel, laborer, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 

21th 
McKenna, John, insurance agent, res Sixteenth, bet 

J efferson and Clay 
Mc KLXZ1E, W. W., undertaker. Eighth, bet Broad- 
way and Franklin, res Oil Fifteenth 
McKtnzio, James, stableman 
McKeon, P. H.. res 563 East Twelfth. B, 
Mclvjon, Jas., bar keeper, res 558 Third 
McKeown, Judge , searcher of records, office 

Oakland, B. 
McKillican Robert, contractor, res Laurel, bet 

Grove and Telegraph Av 
McKindrey, Jo j ., milkman, Chartor, bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 
McKintosh, Wm., carpenter, res 311 Third 
McKinnon, Daniel, carpenter, ros Adeline, bet 1st 

and 3d 

McKniley, , banker, res 77!) Eighth, cor West 

McKranan, John, carpentor, res S Wcor Eighteenth 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
McLafforiy, B. S.. clergyman, ros 810 Fourteenth 
McLane, G. T., expressman, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 

21th 
McLaren, Jas. C, real estate, S. F., Webster, bet 

15th and 16th 
McLaughlin, , hostler, res Twenty-eighth, bet 

San Pablo Av and West 
McLaughlin, C. W., clerk, cor Broadway and 

Eighth 
McLaughlin, Daniel, builder, res North Broadway, 

bet 19th and 20th 
McLaughlin, C. W., clork, res nr N W cor Jefferson 

and Ninth 
McLaughlin, C, collector Oakland Bank Savings, 

res 1122 Eleventh Av, B. 
McLaughlin, John, laborer, res Myrtle, bet 2d 

and 3d 
McLaughlin, M., laborer, ros Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 
McLaughlin, H., laborer, ros Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 
McLaughlin, Michael, laborer, Cedar, bet Goss and 

Short, W. 0. 
McLaughlin, Daniel, res Eighth, bet Campbell and 

Peralta, W. 0. 



McLaughlin, B., car driver, B. 

McLain, L., speculator, res SE cor Pino and Taylor, 
W. 0. 

McLAURIN, D., (Smilow £ McLaurin), res SE cor 
Eleventh and Franklin 

McLean, John, carpentor, res Twenty-seventh, bet 
San Pablo Av and West 

McLean, Edward, real estate, 408 California, S. F., 
res NE cor Brown and W T est 

McLood, N. E., carpenter, B. 

McConness, Win. V., harness maker, Eleventh and 
Broadway, res Jofferson, bet 7th and 8th 

McMahan, Wm., laborer, res cor Twenty-sixth and 
Union, W. 0. 

McMahon, Daniel, contractor, res Durant, bet Tel- 
egraph Av and Broadway 

McMale, Daniel, painter, res Twenty-second, bet 
Linden and Myrtle 

McManus, Patrick, grocer, SW cor Grove and Twen- 
ty-seventh 

McManus, B. C, carpenter, ros Seventeenth, bet 
Jefferson and Grove 

McMarra, Patrick, laborer, res Union, bet 26th and 
27th, W. O. 

McMillen, Wm., driver, Eighth, bet Broadway and 
Franklin 

McMillan, E. H., 738 Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 

McMillen, Wm., teamster, res 860 Jefferson 

McMullin, John, real estate, res SW cor Eighteenth 
and Brush 

McMurry, Mrs. Mary, res 565 Second 

McNair, Mrs. Mary, res Seventh cor Adeline, W. 0. 

MeXamara, Patrick, laborer, res 610 Second 

McNamara, Patrick, groceries, etc., SW cor Third 
and Myrtle 

McNealy, M. P., tailor, 1056 Broadway, res Golden 
State Hotel 

McNear, G. W., commission merchant, res Adeline, 
bet 18th and 20th 

McNeruey, John, moulder, ros Adeline, bet 1st and 
3d 

McNolty, John, carpenter, res Prospect Av nr Tele- 
graph Av 

McPeke, Patrick, laborer, res Seventeenth, bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham, W. 0. 

McPherson, G. F., stock broker, S. F., res Merrimae 
PI, bet Telegraph Av and Webster 

MePhorson, Wm., lather, res 563 Seventh 

McQuade, — -, C. P. R. R., res Chase, bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

McQuillan, Jos., laborer, res Henry, bet 5th and 7th, 

w. o. 

McQuilkin, John, bricklayer, res 730 Filbert 

McQuilkin, P., laborer, ros 410 Tenth 

McRey, U. B., stono worker, res Simmons' Block, 
Second 

McLaren, D., physician, res bet 10th and 11th Av, B. 

McShay, A., waiter, 858 Broadway, res Washington, 
nr 5th 

McTuvish, , plasterer, res 709 Fifth 

McVey, John, carpenter, res Clay, bet 16th and 17th 

McNade, D. D., employee C. P. R. R., B. 

McWin, , laborer, res S Wcor Campbell and Tay- 
lor, W. 0. 

McWorthy, Frank J., mining speculator, res SE cor 
Twenty-fourth and North Broadway 

Mead, L. R., secretary Risdon Iron Works, S. F., res 
Seventeenth, bet 6th and 10th Avs, B. 

Mead, J. F., res Valley, bet 23d and 24th 

Mead, T. W., conductor, res Cedar, ur Division, AY. 
U. 

Meader, H. P., expressman, ros 126 Eleventh 

Meagher, John, plasterer, res SW cor Kirkham and 
Tenth, W. 0. 

Medicus A., landscape gardener, res NW cor Twen- 
ty-seventh and San Pablo Av 

Meo, Jas.,supt Leopard Mining Co., res Webster, 
bet 15th and 17th 

Mehrmonn, P., physician, res Charter, bet San Pa- 
blo and Telegraph Avs 

ME1KLE, D. A. F., blacksmith and wagon shop, 801 
East Twelfth, B. 

Mellor, A. L., res 621 Sixth 

MELLIS, F. J., Great Eastern Auction House, cor 
Broadway and Eighth, res Central Pacific Hotel 

MELLIS, F. R., res Central Pacific Hotel 

MELLIS, T., clerk, res Central Pacific Hotel 

MELLIS BROS., Great Eastern Auction House, cor 
Broadway and Eighth 



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Mellor, J. F., furniture dealer, 909 "Webster 
Mengs, Henry, barber, res 905 Washington 
filenges, A., retired merchant, res 325 Ninth 
Menke, U., grocer, cor Sixth and Broadway 
Mercey, Frank, employee Tribune, res oOO Tenth 
Meredoth, G., lumber dealer, res Alice, bet 16th and 

17th 
Merithew, J. C, res cor Eleventh and Fifth Av, B. 
Merle, A., hardware merchant, res Chester, bet 10th 

and yth, W. 0. 
Merriam, W. A., retired merchant, NW cor Grove 

and Twenty-fifth 
Merries, M.D., W. V., res 828 Franklin 
Merrill, I., postal clerk, ros cor Thirteenth and Har- 
rison 
Merrill, A. D., commission merchant, S. F., res 

Franklin, bet 15th and loth 
Merritt, Chas. E., student, res SE cor Twenty-fourth 

and Valley 
Merritt, \V r . C, clergyman, res SE cor Twenty-fourth 

and Valley 
Merritt, Miss Julia E., teacher Durant School 

and 15th 
Merritt, Sainl., M. D., capitalist, res Madison, bet 

14th and 15th 
Merrit, S. H., res 404 Thirteenth 
Herwin, J. B., laborer, res 570 Fifth 
MetcaP', Jas. W., plasterer, res Second, bet Alice 

and Jackson 
Methven, A., clerk, 961 Broadway 
Met/.ger, Geo. V., res Twellth, bet Chestnut and 

Adeline 
Metzler "& Peru, Golden Gate Hall, 471 and 473 

Eighth 
Metzler, C, Golden Gate Hall, res cor Greenwich 

and New Montgomery Av 
Meves, Otto, jeweler, res SW cor Ninth and Cypress, 

W. O. 
Meyer, John H., sawyer, res NW cor Campbell and 

Pacific, W. 0. 
Meyer, John, tinsmith, res 216 Eleventh 
Meyer, Fred., veterinary surgeon, res 41ii Eighth 
Meyer, H., clerk, cor Sixth and Broadway 
Meyer, H., butcher, 829 and 831 Broadway, res 829 

Mission, S. F. 
Moyer, Henry H., Eureka Hotel, cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Meyer, A. H., clerk Eureka Hotel, cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Moyer, M., engraver, S. F., res Filbert, bet 24th 

and 26th 
Meyer, Mrs. V., res Filbert, bet 24th and 26th 
Meyers, Fredk. A., farmer, res 832 Thirteenth 
Meyers, Henry, barber 
Meyer. John, carver, res Grove, bet Aldon and 

Sycamore 
Meyers, A. F., carpenter, res 561 Fifth 
Meyers, Paul, seaman, res Twenty-first, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Broadway 
Meyers, F. H., druggist, res 950 Brush 
Mhoon, John, lawyer, res Adeline, bet 10th and 12th 
Michelson, M., C. P. R. K.. res 59 Twelfth 
Milbury, Saml., real estate-, 907 Broadway, res 

Alice, bet 16th and 17th 
Miles, Fred. C, res 914 Eichth 
Miles, John, commission merchant, S. F., res cor 

Alice and Durant 
Miley J: Laage, Swiss Confectionery, 916 Broadway 
Wiley, J. A., 916 Broadway, res 405 Ninth 
Miligan, H. G., bookkeeper Merritt, cor First and 

Washington, res Clay, bet 4th and 5th 
Milloslavich, Louis, restaurant, 459 Seventh 
Mill, W. W., carpenter, cor Eighth Av and Six- 
teenth. B. 
Millar, John, saddler, res Tenth, bet Kirkham and 

Poplar, W. 0. 
Millar, John E., searcher of records, res Tenth, bet 

Kirkham and Poplar, W. 0. 



Miller, P., C. P. R. R., ros Eloventh Av, bet 16th 
and 17th, B. 

Miller, H. C, Custom House, ros 1116 Alice 

Miller, J. Fred., bookbinder, Broadway 

Miller, 0. C, res Fifth, bet Alice and Jackson 

Miller, Win. E., res Webster, bet 14th and 16th 

Miller, , lawyer, res 313 Ninth 

Miller, Geo., bottle dealer, 112 Main, res 1117 Alice, 
cor Thirteenth 

Miller, W. N., Oakland Planing Mill, res NW cor 
Twelfth and Jackson 

Miller, Jas., pottery and terra cotta store, res East 
Twelfth, B. 

Miller, Geo. H., druggist, 1059 Broadway, res 729 
Myrtle 

Miller, N., physician and .surgeon, office 1004 Broad- 
way, room 10 and 11, res 3o4 Eighth 

Miller, S. M., salesman, 410 F'ront, S. F., res 625 
Fourteenth 

Miller, Mrs. 11., res 729 Myrtle 

Miller. C, architect, res 710 Filbert 

Miller, Win. H., Refrigerating Fruit Co., 430 Mont- 
gomery, S. F., res SW cor Brush and Fifth 

Miller, P.. Custom House broker, ros NE cor Four- 
teenth and West 

Miller, Geo. S., res Grove, bet 15th and 16th 

Miller, G. A., farmer, res Ninth, bet Jackson and 
Madison 

Miller, J. F., auditor Custom House, res Linden, bet 
8th and 10th 

Miller, John, butcher, ros Eighth, bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Miller, F. B., hardware merchant, res Grove, bet 
15th and 16th 

Miller, Capt. J. W., hay and grain dealer, S. F., res 
NE cor Eighteenth and Adeline 

Millett, Mrs. O. F., res 916 Filbert . 

Millet, . cigar manufacturer. S. F., res Eighth, bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Mil lint. A., capitalist 

Milligan, H. G., bookkeeper, res Clay, bet 4th and 5th 

Milne, Alen 0., printer, res Walton, bet Grove and 
Telegraph Av 

Mills, Martin, engineer, res Twenty-fifth, bet Tel- 
egraph Av and Broadway 

Mills, B. F\, real estate, S. F., res Telegraph Av, bet 
22d and 33d 

Milton. A., stevedore, res San Pablo Av, bet 27th 
and 2Sth 

Milwain, A., carpenter, res SW cor Franklin and 
Seventeenth 

Milwein, Sr. A., carpenter, res SW cor Franklin 
and Seventeenth 

Milwein, Jr v A., clerk H. George, res S W cor Frank- 
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Orders sent hy Post or otherwise, promptly attended [ 
to. Carpets cleaned for 5 cent* per yard. Carpets' 
cleaned and laid for IO cciil w per yard. This Carpet j 
Beating Machine has twice received the first premium 
at the Mechanics' Fair in San Francisco. 






MINER, L., Miner's Premises Carpet Beating Es- 
tablishment, Third, bet Broadway and F'ranklin, 
res cor Third and Franklin 

Miner, J. M., res 915 Clay 

Minerhagn, Daniel, laborer, res Magnolia, bet 1st 
and 3d, W. O. 

Mires, G. 0., carpenter, res Thirty-fourth, bet Chest- 
nut and Adeline 

Mitchell, Geo. 11., stock broker, 607 Montgomery, 
S. F., res 1271 Franklin 

Mitchell, S. II., police officer, res Sixteenth, bet Jef- 
ferson and Clay 

Mitchell, V., sign painter, 814 Broadway 

Mitchell, John 11., miner, res 166 Second 

Mitson, R., brick layer, res 462Third 

Mix & Boyce, stock brokers, 907 Broadway 

Mix, L. W., stock broker, 907 Broadway, ros 427 
Sutter, S. F. 

Moffitt, Jas. ( Blake, Robbins & Co., S. F.J, res NW 
cor Webster and Twentv-second 

MOFFITT, JAS., saloon and hotel, B. 

Moffitt, F. J., editor, B. 






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Mohart, II., barber, B. 

Moller, Wru., gas fixtures and plumbing, 1147 
Broadway, res cor Telegraph Av and Delger 

Molliere, Mrs. M. A., doctress, res Twelfth, bet Wil- 
low and Campbell, W. 0. 

Molliere, Geo. W., elocutionist, res Twelfth, bet 
Willow and Campbell, W. a 

Monchan, Hugh, boot maker, res Adeline, bet 1st 
and 3d 

lionett, L. J., carpenter, res 515 Fourth 

Monghan, P., C. P. R. R., res Pacific, bet Campbell 
and Willow, W. 0. 

[Monholland, John, painter, res 518 Fifteenth, B. 

'Monnet, Louis, res NW cor Adeline and Eighth 

iMontandon, A. F., res Twenty-sixth, b9t West and 
Grove 

Montague, Richard, res 10l» Filbert, W. 0. 

Montague, S. S., chief engineer C. P. R. R., res 1019 
Filbert 

Montague, J. P., sea captain, res 565 Fifth 

Montague, H., res 595 Fifth 

Montrose, J. B., carpenter, res Tenth, bet Cypress 
and Center. W. 0. 

Montgomery, Z. 

Mooar, Geo., prof in Pacific Theological Seminary, 
res Edwards, bet Andover and Broadway 

Moody, Capt. Edward, engraver, res NE cor Fourth 
and Madison 

Moody, H., res Cedar, bet Atlantic and Willow, W. 
0. 

Moody, V. D., pres Bank of Oakland. 969 Broad- 
way, res Fourteenth, bet Clay and Jefferson 

Moody, H., upholsterer, res cor Pine and Goss, W. 
0. 

Mooney, H., agent Wheeler &, Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chines, 472 Eighth 

Moore, A. M., res Seventeenth, bat 5th and Oth Avs, 
B. 



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Dealer in 

Miscellaneous School aud Blank BOOKS, 

Stationery, Cutlery, Fancy Goods. Xstions & Small 

Wares, a large and complete stock constantly ou 

hand. Pianos and Organs for Sale or Rent. 

Cor. 12th St., and Broadway, Oakland. 



MOORE, A. P., books, stationery, etc., cor Twelfth 

and Broadway, res 1211 Franklin 
Moore, Jas., carpenter, res San Pablo Av, bet 26th 

and 27th 
Moore, Isaac, Oakland Point, res Dolores, S. F. 
Moore, Wm., carpenter, res Fourteenth, bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 
Moore, H. A., furniture dealer, 219 Bush, S. F,, res 

Merrimac Pi, nr Webster 
Moore, II. H., sheep raiser, res XE cor Lake and 

Jackson 
Moore, Chas., blacksmith, res 1087 Third 
Moore, C. J., carpenter, res 714 Fourth 
Moore, Mrs. M., res 518 Tenth 
Moore, J. P., commission merchant, res 518 Tenth 
Moore, D., conductor C. P. K. R., B. 
Moore, J. A., painter, res Mvrtle, bet 28ih and 30th 
Moore, Fred'k, porter C. P. R. R., res Fifth, bet 

Lewis and Henry, W. 0. 
Moore, A. A., attorney, 622 Clay, S. F., res cor East 

Eleventh and Fifth Av 
Moore, A., tinsmith, B. 

Moss. P. H., laborer, res bet First and Second 
Morehead, Jas., chop house, Railroad Av. W. 0. 
Morale, Jose L., res San Pablo Av, bet Alden and 

Twenty-eighth 
Moran, Thos., seaman, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 
Morgan, John P., musician, res 275 Fourteenth 
Moran, Jas. T., salesman, 1053 Broadway, 625 Fil- 

bert 
Moreton, H., tailor, res Clay, bet 16th and 17th 
Morey, G., machinist, res Myrtle, bet 28th and 30th 
Morey, M. B., carpenter, res Twenty-eighth, bet 

Myrtle and Market 
Morey, R. E., clerk, res XE cor Twentv-eighth and 

Myrtle • 

Morgan, Chas. B., res 63a Fourteenth 
Morgan, E. H., bookkeeper Mau & Co., S. F., res 

NW eor Fourteenth and Grove 



Morgan, J., ship joiner, res William, bet Pine and 
Cedar 

Morgan, Atward, barkeeper J. M. Cronin 

Morgan, T. W., engineer, res 957 Castro 

Morgan, Bart., drug store, Seventh, bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Moroney, Paul, stock broker, S. F., res Fourteenth, 
bet 2d and 3d Avs, B. 

Morrill, W. P., railroad postal clerk, res Harrison, 
bet 6th and 7th 

Morris, F. C, cigars and tobacco, 830 Broadway 

Morris, E., tailor, 962% Broadway 

Morris, M. L., batcher, res SE. cor Fourteenth and 
Myrtle 

Morris, John, teamster, res SW cor Castro and [ 
Third 

Morris, J. W., T_*. S. Mint, res 615 Third 

Morris, T. C, res SE cor Fifteenth and W est 

Morris, J. S., carpenter, SE cor Fifteenth and West I 

Morrison, , res 7U5 Franklin 

Morrisson, R. M., grocer, Telegraph Av, bet 24th I 
and 25th 

Morrison, , res 40^ Twelfth 

Morrison, Daniel, master mariner, res 662_Wash- 
ington 

Morrison, P. M., carpenter, 705 Franklin 

Morrison, John, fireman, B. | 

Morrison. Mrs. D., res Henry, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. I 

Morrow, J., dairyman, res Telegraph Av, bet Logan I 
and Walton 

Morse, Isaac, Eleventh Av, bet 15th and 16th, B. 

Morse, Mrs. S., res 857 Harrison 

Morse, E. A., stock broker, S. F., res 1112 Alice 

Morse, M. G., Empire Restaurant, 858 Broadway, 
res Washington, nroth 

Morse, C. A., res XW cor Telegraph Av and Cale- 
donia 

Morse, Veyret, Washington Hotel, 653 Washington 

Morse, I. H., bookkeeper, res Fourteenth, second 
house from Grove 

Morse, M. J., res Myrtle, bet 28th and 30th 

Morton, Jas., res 13th, bet Kirkham and Custer, W. 
O. 

Mosca, E., barber, >2S Broadway 

Moskiman, William, printer, res Chester, bet 3d and 
5th, W. 0. 

Moskiman, R. H., printer, res Chester, bet 3d and 
5th, W. 0. 

Moskiman, Robt., res Chester, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 

Mott, Peter, res Twelfth, bet Wood and Willow, W. 
0. 

Moubre X., longshoreman, res Atlantic, bet Wood 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Mould. W. R,, res Goss, bet Wood and Pine, W. 0. 

Moulton, Floyd, bookkeeper, res Eighth, bet Har- 
rison and Alice 

Moulton, Mrs. F., dress maker, res Eighth, bet Har- 
rison and Alice 

Moump, J. H., clerk, res 410 Tenth 

Mowbry, R., dentist, res Linden, bet 12th and 14th 

Mower, Ezra, carpenter, res Third, bet Center and 
Chester, W. 0. 

Mueller, J., harness maker, cor Eleventh and 
Broadway, res Stewart Hotel 

Mueller ,V~ Stetfanoni, jewelers, 923 Broadway 

Mueller, B-, jeweler, res 22 San Pablo Av 

Muir, B., foreman Dredging Company 

Muleacky, M., laborer, B. 

Mulford, , carpenter, res Washington, bet 2d 

and 3d 

Muller, C, professor of music, res cor Twenty-sixth 
and Chestnut 

Mullen, Mrs. H., res Fourteenth, bet Linden and 
Filbert 

Mullen, Miss H., teacher, S. F., res Fourteenth, bet 
Linden and Filbert 

Mulligan, Peter, laborer, res Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 

Mulliken, Mrs. Sarah, res 356 Tenth 

Mullin, John. C. P. R. R.,res Twentj-first, bet Mar- 
ket and Curtis 

Mulville, X. B., res 616 Xinth 

Munce, J ohn, machinist C. P. R. R., res Peralta, bet 
3d and 5th, W. 0. 

Monday, Frank, laborer, res Curtis, bet Twenty- 
first and Lydia 

Munsell, Jas., agent Mutual Benefit Lite Ins. Co., 
224 Sansome, S. F., res Madison, bet nth and 10th 

Munsun, 0. D., U. S. Mint, res 577 Twelfth 

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This old and popular Hotel, which has for the last twenty-four years ex- 
tended to the traveling public a cordial welcome and the comfort of a home, 
and so favorably known to old Calif ornians and the traveling public that it re- 
quires no comment on our part further than to say that the Bryan Bros., who 
also are old Calif ornians, and know how to cater to the wants of the traveling 
public, have taken the full proprietorship of the above hotel, and shall leave 
nothing undone to make this hotel second to none in San Francisco, for 

COMFORT, GOOD LIVING and CLEANLINESS. 

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Our sole aim shall be to the comfort and welfare of our guests; our table is furnished 
with the best the market affords; the house has been thoroughly renovated and newly furnished 
thoughout; two hundred rooms, well ventilated. 

Gentlemanly and obliging clerks, and clean and attentive waiters, will always be found 
in our hotel. 

The hotel is the most centrally located in the city, being in the centre of the business 
portion of the city; the Street Cars pass the door every two minutes, to all parts of the city; 
our Coach, with Red Lights, will be at the railroad depots and wharfs to convey passengers to 
tin' house, fni' of charge; our Runners wear Silver Badges on the left breast, with the name 
of the house on. 

tfce, BEWARE OF OTHER RUNNERS. "®n 

OUR PRICES ARE FROM $1.50 TO $2.00 PER DAY. 

GIVE US A CAL.I., AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. 

Wm. & Thos. BRYAN, Props- 



Boots and Shoes, as low as in 0. or S. I\, at J. KOUSSEAU'S, 687 E. 12th St., E. C 



Stone Work and Cement, at F. CHAPPELLET'S. Office, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



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Munsen, John M., clerk, Alameda 

Murdock, John, telegraph operator C. P. R. R., res 

902 Clay 
Murphy, D., deliverer, 528 Seventh, res Alice; 
Murphy, Thos. P., grocer. Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Murphy, , painter, res Chase, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Murphy, D., laborer C. P. R. R., res Lewis, bet 5th 

and 7th, W. 0. 
Murphy, Mrs., res Chester, bet 5th and 7th, W. 0. 
Murphy, M., plasterer, res Myrtle, bet 2d and 3d 
Murphy, J. T., stair builder, res 210 Sixth 
Murphy, Wm. C, pipe maker, res 215 Sixth 
Murphy, A., real estate, 330 Pine, S. P., res 616 

Eighth 
Murphy, P. A., clerk, 1002 Broadway 
Murphy, P. A., SW cor Fourth and Alice 
Murphy, P. A., ( O'Connell & Co.), res S W cor Fourth 

and Alice 
Murphy, John, tinsmith, B. 
Murphy, W. S., doors, windows and blinds, 665 and 

667 Broadway 
Murphy, B., butcher, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Murray, Robert M., carpenter, ros Elm, bet Grove 

and San Pablo Av 
Murrav, T., carpenter, res Atlantic, bet Campbell 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Murray, John D., tailor, res Twenty-fourth, bet Fil- 
bert and Myrtle 
Murray, W. B., C. P. R. R., res Thirteenth, bet 

Market and West 
Murray, Patrick, blacksmith, res William, nr Bay, 

W. 0. 
Murray, John, tailor S. Francis, res NE cor 

Twenty fourth and Filbert 
Murray, J., carpenter, res 365 Ninth 
Murray D. H., laboror, res 820 Myrtle 
Murtha, Peter, stone cutter, res Taylor, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Musselmen, David, C. P. R. R., res Seventeenth, bet 

Center and Cypress, W. 0. 
Myers, F. F., lime dealer, NE cor Washington and 

Third 
Myers, T. K., clerk, 1059>o Broadway 
MYERS, F. P., lime, plaster and cement, cor Third 

and Washington 
Myers, J., agent Remington sewing machines, 465 

Ninth, ros Bay 
Myers, A., hatter, res 721 Sixth 
Myers, J. S., machine agent, res Bay PI, bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph Av 
Myers, Wm., carpenter, res Bay PI, bet Telegraph 

Av and Broadway 
Myres, W. R., painter, res 621 Third 
Myres, Z. K., clerk Kohler, Chase & Co., Broadway, 

nr 14th 
Myrick, F., bar tender Grand Western Saloon, W.O. 
Myrick, John B., machinist, res 557 Seventh 
Naegel, G. H., wood and coal, NE cor Sixth and 

Washington, res 603 Webster 
Nagele, Edward, gardener, res Sixteenth, bet Jeffer- 
son and Clay 
Nash, F. E. & Co., butchers, Broadway, opp 14th, 

res Franklin, bet 14th and 15th 
Naun, A. W., bookkeeper Sathers' Bank, S. F., res 

Fifteenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 
Neaujy, D., real estate, 867^ Broadway, bet Jackson 

and Center 
Nebel H., clerk, cor Sixth and Broadway 
Necola, Stagnar, laborer, Third, bet Jeiforson and 

Clay 
Nedderman, Bonj., shoemaker, B. 
Neil, Edward, blacksmith, B. 
Nelle, Wm., butcher, 964 Broadway 
Neller, L., wine and billiard rooms, 1226 Broadway 
Nelson, Carl, gardener, Kirkham, bet 13th and 14th, 

W. 0. 
Nelson, Charles, harness matter, B. 
Nelson, Thos., wood turner, ros 661 Third 
Nestell, D. D., physician, res 714 Tenth 
Nethercott, W., carpenter, res cor Willow and Wil- 
liam, W. 0. 
Newall, Jas., laborer, res Seventeenth, bet Center 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Newbegin, Chas., clerk, ros Nineteenth, B. 
Newbold, H. P., Centennial Building 
Newcomb, Wm., hostler, res NE cor Valley and 

Twenty-fifth 
Newcomb, Dr. , physician, 1069 Broadway 



Newcomb, Warren W., N. P. C. R. R. Co., res NE 
cor Valley and Twenty-fifth 

Newgance, Frederick C, butcher, City Market, res 
Stewart House 

Newgent, Fred., butcher Jacob Woerner, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Newkoop, John, carpenter, res Twenty-sixth, bet 
Grove and West 

Newland & Pumyor, livery stable, 462 Seventh 

Newland. E., livery stable, 462 Seventh, res New- 
land Hotel 

Newman, Wm., C. P. R. R., res 571 Seventh 

Newman, A., jeweler, 1011 Franklin 

Newmann, Mrs. Bertha, midwife, res 360 Ninth 

Newmann, Louis, upholsterer, res 360 Ninth 

Newsom, S., architect, 1004 Broadway, room 17 

Nowsom, Thos., with S. Newsom, res Sixth Av, B. 

NEWSOM, L, M., nursory, 151 East Twelfth, res SW 
cor Sixth Av, B. 

Newton, Goo., expressman, res NW cor Eighth and 
Cypress, W. 0. 

Nichol, Peter, plumbor, 1014 Broadway, res Laurel, 
bet Grove and San Pablo Av 

Nichols, A. S., capitalist, res 1119 West 

Nichols, Wm. W., farmer, res San Pablo Av, bet 
22d and 24th 

Nichols, , clork, Broadway 

Nichols, G. E., barber, B. 

Nichols, J. C, druggist, 913 Broadway, res SE cor 
Washington and Thirteenth 

Nicholson, I. E., physician, res 626 Eighth 

Nicholson, J. C, with Dixon, DeWolf, S. F. 

Nicholson, Thos., laborer, res Pino, bet Seward and 
Lincoln, W. 0. 

Nicholson, T. M., teamster, res Pine, bot Lincoln 
and Seward, W. 0. 

Nicholson, Geo., gardener, res Charter, bet San Pa- 
blo and Telegraph Avs 

Nicholson, J. II., paving teller Bank of California, 
S. F., res 1019 Oakland 

Nickel, John, jeweler,90l Broadway, res Thirteenth, 
bet Broadway and Franklin 

Nickorson, Zonos E., bookkeeper, res SW cor Chase 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Nickorson, Zenos P., carpenter, res SW cor Chase 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Nicol Peter, plumber, res Twenty-fourth, bet Grove 
and San Pablo Av 

Nightingill, A. E., Tribune, 911 Broadway, res cor 
Sycamore and San Pablo Av 

Nightingale, Lawrence, printer, res Twenty-fifth, 
bet Grove and West 

Niswandor, J. S., miner, res SW cor Wood and Wil- 
liam, W. 0. 

Niver, J. D., watchman C. P. R. R., ros Third, bot 
Adeline and Magnolia. W. 0. 

Nolan, Edward J., carpenter, res cor Thirty-second 
and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Nolan, Lawrence, saddler, Front and Jackson, S. F., 
res Goss, bet Pine and Cedar, W. 0. 

Nolan, T., teamster, res 709 Clay 

Nolan, C, expressman, res Twenty- seventh, bet 
West and Grove 

Nolan, S., nurseryman. Brown, bet Telegraph Av 
and Grove 

Nolan, B., plasterer, res NWcorThird and Chestnut 

Nolan, Jas. (Oakland Oas Co.), res Jefferson, bot 
2d and 3d 

Noll, Louis, paper hanger, ros 668 Harrison 

Nolte, H., real estate, S. F., res 962 Clay 

Nolton, N. S., bar keeper, cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington 

Noonan, Denis, lather, res Linden, bet 1st and 3d 

Noono, Mar*in, laboror, res Atlantic, nr Codar, W. 
0. 

Norcross, James, millman, res Wijlow, bet Seward 
and Lincoln, W. 0. 

Nordhauser, C. C, clerk, cor Broadway and Eighth 

Norris, Jas. H., bookkeeper Contra Costa Water Co., 
428 Eighth, res 958 Castro 

Norris, Jas. C, Oregon S. S. Co., res Harrison, bot 
14th and 16th 

Norris, Elijah, res 775 Fourteenth 

NORTHEY & McGRATH, wagon and carriage fac- 
tory, cor East Twelfth and Sixteonth Av, B. 

NORTUEY, V. S., blacksmith, B. 

Note, Jas., blacksmith, res 762 Franklin 

NO YES, W., carpenter and contractor, cor East Six- 
teenth and Twentieth Av, B. 



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OF THE CITY OP OAKLAND. 



105 



Noyes, Chas., brakoman C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet 

Pino and Wood, W. 0. 
Nugent, James, lumberman, res William, bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Nugent, Chas., clerk, ros cor Ninth and Washington 
Neilsen, Edwin, book agent, res Logan, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Grove 
Nunemaker, Robt., gardener, res 301 Second 
Nourso, Geo. A., lawyer, 306 Pine, S. F., res NW cor 

Fourteenth and Oak 
Nyboe, A. P., gardener, 912 Sixth Av, B. 
Oakland Bank of Savings, The, 915 Broadway 
Oakland Daily News, office Ninth, bot Broadway 

and Wood 
Oakland Dime Express, offico 1052 Broadway 
Oakland Gas Light Co., Second, bet Washington 

and Broadway 
Oakland Journal, Chas. Schmitt, K. F. Wiemeyer, 

and A. M. Schmitt, proptrs and publishers 
Oakland Library, Fourteenth, bet Washington and 

Clay 
Oakland Lumber Yard, First and Washington 
Oakland Paving Co., room 6, over Union Bank, 

Broadway 
Oakland R. K. Co., Wilcox Block, Broadway 
Oaks Jc Groenus, sign painters, bet 11th and 15th 
Obbe, Jans, saloon keeper, 461 Seventh 
O'Beirne, J. P., U. S- Commissioner, res Third, bet 

Filbert and Myrtle 
Obenaur, Geo., tailor S. Francis, res Franklin, bet 

17th and 18th 
O'Brien, M. V., carpenter, res Seventh, nr Cedar, 

W. 0. 
O'Boirne, Jas., res Third, bet Filbert and Myrtle 
O'Brien, T., carpenter, res Thirty-sixth, bet San 

Pablo Av and Market 
O'Brien, J., shoe maker, res SW cor Webster and 

Third 
O'Brinen. Jas., cook, res 80S First 
■Brien, J. J. & Co., dry goods, 1117 and 1119 Bdwy 
O'Brien, T., clerk, 528 Seventh 
O'Brien, •, C. P. R. R., res Center, bot 5th and 

7th, W. 0. 
O'Brien, M. J.,Wchor, B. 

O'Callaghan, Miss Delia, milliner, 900 Broadway 
O'tonnall, M., res 812 Filbert 
O'Connell, P. J., clerk J. O'Connell & Co., dry goods, 

1002 Broadway 
O'Connell, M., harness cleaner 
U'Cunnell, P, J., cor Ninth and Grove 
O'Conr.oll, Morris, gardener, res Seventh, bet Ado- 
line and Magnolia, \V r . U. 
O'Conner, John, machinist, res Atlantic, bet Camp- 
bell and Willow, W. 0. 
O'Conner, Patrick, blacksmith, res SW cor Cedar 

and Short, W. 0. 
O'Connor, John, laborer, res 761 Castro 
O'Conner, Miss B., res Sixteenth, bet Market and 

West 
O'Connor, C, laborer, res Locust, bot Grove and San 

Pablo Av 
O'Connor, T., cabinet maker, res Simmons Block, 

Second 
O'Connor. T., clerk, res 468 Fifth 
Odd fellows' Building, NWcor Eleventh and Frank- 
lin 
Odea, Kdmond, blacksmith, B. 
0. D. E. T. P. Co., W. E. Dargie, president and man- 
ager 
O'Dell, P., carpenter, res 902 Clay 
O'Donel, Con., laborer, res SE cor Twenty-second 

and Telegraph Av 
O'Donald, Jas., laborer, res Jefferson, bet 2d and 3d 
Ogelby, Kob't, artist, res Seventeenth, bet Grove 

and Jefferson 
O'Grudy, C, stone mason, res SW cor Third and 

Chestnut 
O'Gore, Tho?., laborer, res Chester, bet 3d and 5th, 

W. 0. 
Ohtne, Chas., carpenter, res NE cor Telegraph Av 

and Twenty-first 
O'Kcefo, D., boot and shoe maker, B. 
O'Korlv, Bonj., clergyman, res bet Adeline and 

Union, W. 0. 
Olanie, X. F., pattern maker, B. 
O'Leary, C, laborer, ros Lydia,bet Curtis and Market 
Oleson, Andrew, res Thirteenth, bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. 0. 
OLCESE, FRANK, fruit stand, 456 Seventh 



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456 Seventh Street, Oakland. 



Oling, Ering Olofg, carpenter, res Pine, bet Seward 

and Lincoln, W. 0. 
Oliver, A. P., carpenter and contractor, B. 
Oliver, H. S., machine agent, res Sixteenth, bot 7th 

and 8th Avs, B. 
Oliver, A. P., carpenter, res SE cor Twenty-first 

and Market 
Oliver, James, barber, Seventh, W. 0. 
Oliver, Jas. M., porter C. P. R. 1L, res 271 Sixth 
OLNEY & CO., real estate, 219 Sansome, S. F., S57 

Broadway _ _ 

OLNEY, J. N., real estate, 219 Sansome, S. F., 857 

Broadway 
OLNEY, CHAS. C, real estate, 219 Sansome, b. F., 

857 Broadway 
Ollis, Henry, blacksmith, res 1010 Franklin 
Olmstead, J. M-, surveyor, res Tenth, bet 11th and 

15th, B. 
Olmstead, Mrs. L. H., boarding house, 1228 Broad- 
way 
Olmsted, R. A., salesman Olmsted & Howe, res oo3 

Seventh 
Olmsted & Howe, produce and poultry, 5 to 9 City 

Market 
Olmsted, S. P., {Olmsted & Howe), res 553 Seven tn 
Olsen, John, carpenter, ros Lincoln, bet Wood and 

Pine, W.Q. 
Olsen, Rasmus, carpenter, res SE cor Willow and 

Atlantic, W. 0. 
Olsen, John P., restaurant, 907 Kearny, S. F., res 

722 Linden 
Olson, John, sea captain, ros 521 Sixth 
Olson, John, carpenter, res Twentieth, bet Market 

and West 
O'Neall, J. H., laborer, res Twenty-second, bet Lin- 
den and Myrtle 
O'Neil, John, aged, B. 

O'Neil, Eugene, draftsman, res cor Short and di- 
vision, W. 0. 
O'Neil, Win., plasterer, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
O'Neil, Martin, laborer, bet 1st and cd 
O'Neil, Patrick, saloon keeper, 120 Seventh 
O'Neil, Thos., res 917 Webster 
Onsov, W. H., engineer, res Eighth, bet Wood and 

Pine, W. 0. 
O'Roiloy. M., res 730 Linden 
Orr, John C, painter, res 715 Clay 
Orr, S., physician and surgeon, 102 Tenth, res Har- 
rison, 2d house south of 10th 
Orliss, John, plasterer, res 323 Eleventh 
Ormsby, E. S., retired jeweler, res Harrison, bet 

loth and 10th 
Ornisby, C. W., carpenter, res Harrison, bet 15th 

and liith 
Ortrnan, Mrs. C. L., res SW cor North Broadway 

and Twenty-first 
Osborn, Wm., carpenter, res cor Cedar and William, 

W. 0. 
Osborn, 0., U. S. Sub-Treasury Department, S. F., 

res 950 Webster 
Osborn, M., res 950 Webster 
O'Shea, J. J., gas fitting and plumbing, Broadway, 

bet 12th and 13th, res cor San Pablo Av and 

Twenty-fourth 
O'Shee, J. J., tinsmith, res San Pablo Av, bet 23d 

and 21th 
Otis. C. W., principal Durant School, res Plymouth, 

bet Telegraph Av and Elm 
Ott, Mrs. A., 021 Third 
Otten, C, res Twelfth, bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. 0. 
Ottingnon, John L., res 510 Ninth 
Otto, F. G., res William, bot Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Ough, R., contractor and builder, B. "~ 

Ough, Joseph, wood, coal, and confectionery, East 

Twelfth, under Odd Fellows' Hall, B. 
Ough, R.i contractor, res cor Fourth Av and Seven- 
teenth, B. 



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107 



Outram, D. J., shoe storo, Si51 Broadway, ros Harri- 

pon, bet 7th and 8th 
Owens, P. A., piano tuner, res Sixteenth, bet Clay 

and San Pablo Av 
Owen, F. D., druggist, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Owen, W. W., carpenter, res Fifth, bet 15th and 

10th, B. 
Owen, C. W., stair builder, res 191 Alice 
Owens, Miss Margaret, res Sixth 
Owens, N. J., pottery, S. F.,res Center, bet 10th and 

11th, \V. 0. 
Owens, win., speculator, res Seventeenth, bet 8th 

and 9th Avs, B. 
Oyarzo, Mrs. Manuel, 270 Fifth 
Paeiuc Jute Manufacturing Co., Second Av, bet 10th 

and 11th, B. 
Packard, Chas., grocer, res Fifth Av, bet 15th and 

loth, B. 
Packard, C, grocer, B. 
Paddock, H. L. 

Paddock, Mrs. Goo., res 6(57 Sixth 
Page, U.S., real estate, 1007 Broadway 
Page, F. 8., real estate and money broker, 1007 

Broadway, res 122 Eleventh 
Page, Fred., painter, res Twenty-fourth, bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph Av 
Page, A., cook Campbell & Spains, res NE cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
Page, J., blacksmith, res Wood, bet Chaso and Tay- 
lor, \V. O. 
Paget, F. P., music teacher, ros Telegraph Av, bet 

17th and 18th 
Pagnum, Patrick, laborer, ros Brown, bet Grove 

and Telegraph xVv 
Pagnum, John, teamster, res Twenty-sixth, bet 

Grove and West 
Palen, Albert, drayman, res 314 Third 
Pailies, A., commission merchant, 318 Davis, S. F., 

res Telegraph Av, bet Merrimac and Prospect 

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Palm, C, capitalist, res 259 Fourth 
Palm, C. W., clerk, res 259 Fourth 
Palmer, C. C. (Lambert, Palmer & Co.) , commission 

merchant, S. F., res Madison, bet 9th and 10th 
Palmer, G., res 11(55 Jackson 

Palmer, E. M., harness maker, Eleventh and Broad- 
way, ros bet Alice and Harrison 
Pall, Peter, carpenter, res NW cor Wood and 

Seward, W. O. 
Pamentel, John, lumberman, res NW cor Campbell 

and Atlantic, W. 0. 
Panlo^koy, 11., furniture storo, Broadway, bet 3d and 

4th 
Paolotti, Charles, coffee house, Berkeley 
Parata, Paulo, laborer, res (534 Filbert 
Parish, C. L., carponter, res cor Twenty-first and 

Chestnut 
PARK, C. 0., painter, res Wood, bet Atlantic and 

William, W. 0. 
Parker, Dr. W. C, stock broker, S. F., res Madison, 

bet 15th and Lotta 
Parker, Edward, clerk, res Madison, bet 15th and 

Lotta 
Parker, Geo., painter, Eighth, bot Franklin and 

Webster 
Parks, J. L., clergyman, res Telegraph Av, bet 

Williams and Delger 
Parker, G. J., 159 Seventh 
Parkin, Thos., carpenter, res William, bot Pine and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Parker, H. V., carpenter, res Sixteenth, bet Jeffer- 
son and Clay 
Parkinson, W. H., agent Sewer Pipe Co., NE cor 

Tenth and Franklin, res (527 Tonth 
Parker, F. W., shoe manufacturer, res AVillow, bet 

Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
PARM ELAND, F., restaurant, 839 Broadway 



F, Parmeland, 

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Parry, Goo., U. S. Mint, res 832 Market 

Parritt, A. S., engineer, res Market, bet K5th and 

18th 
Parritt, J. W., carpenter, res Market, bet 10th and 

IXth 
Parshley, Wm. H., bar tender, 854 Broadway, res 11 

Washington 
Parsons, Mrs. S. H., res 924 Filbert 
Parsons, A., sawyer, ros Twenty-eighth, bet Filbert 

and Linden 
Parsons, Wm. H., accountant, res 11 Pine, W. 0. 
Partels, Henry, teamster, res Twenty-first, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Broadway 
Partenscky, Chas., laundryman, res Twelfth, bet 

Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Partridgo, A. P., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Ninth, 
• nr Center 

Partridge, , painter t 

Patronak, Fred'k F., butcher, NW cor Elm and 

Grove 
Patton, J. R., ros SE cor Sixth and Alice 
Patten, Mrs. P. G., ros Market, bot ltith and 18th 
Patten, John, laborer, res William, bot Pine and 

Cedar, W. 0. 
Patton, W. EL, civil engineer, ros Alice, bet loth and 

10th 
Patton, F. E., bookkeeper Trust Fund Ins. Co., S. F., 

res NW cor Franklin and Durant 
Pattiani, A. W., clerk, 4tj() and 4'52 Eighth 
Patterson, Crosby, millwright, res cor Ninth Av and 

Thirteenth, B. 
Patterson, Wm., painter, res 7(54 Brush 
Patterson, Geo., capitalist, res Twenty-fourth, bot 

Filbert and Linden 
Patterson, J. W., res cor Sixteenth and Tenth Av, 

B. 
Paul, L., actor, ros Chester, bot 3d and 5th, W. 0. 
Paul, C, tinsmith, res Telegraph Av, bet 22d and 

23d 
Paul, J. J., assayer, res 215 Twelfth 
Paul, Mrs. F., teacher, res 215 Twelfth 
Paul, Henry, seaman, ros Center, bet 3d and 5th, 

W. 0. 
Paul, John A., 1059 Franklin 
Paul & Reier, bakers, 815 Broadway 
Paul, J. A., baker, res 1059 Franklin 
Peacock, Robt., res SW cor 2d and Madison 
Pearce, Mrs. R., res 9(59 Jefferson 
Pearce, Webb N., ros 969 Jeffarson 
Pearcy, A. W., marble cutter, ros 803 Clay 
Pearson, Jno. W., capitalist, res Seward, bot Willow 

and Campbell, W. 0. 
Pebbles, Frank M., artist, res Peralta, bet Seward 

and Lincoln, W. U. 
Pock, W. F., medium, res 758 Sixth 
Peck, F. J., dairyman, res SW cor Fifth and Ches- 
ter, W. 0. 
Peck, Mrs. C. C, dross maker, ros SW cor Fifth and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Peck, J as. P., drayman, res Fifth Av, bet 15th and 

10th, B. 
Pecker, J. C., boot maker, 952 Broadway, res B 
Peckinpah, A. R., teamster, res 171 Eighth 
Peel, Allen, janitor Lafayette School building, res 

8(53 Webster 
Pel ham, Mrs. M. E., teacher, res Ninth Av, bet K5th 

and 17th, B. 
Pelkey, Jos. H., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Twelfth, 

bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Pender, T., clerk, cor Broadway and Eighth 
Pendloton, G. A., agent Broadway Dock, C. P- R. R., 

res 712 Webster 
Pendleton, G. A., clork C. P. R. R., ros William, bet 

Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Penham, J. A., builder, ros Telegraph Av, bet 22d 

and 23d 
Penlington, Thos., res 3(56 Fifth 
Ponoyer, John W., salesman, ros (525 Third 
Pensam, John J., mason, ros Fifth Av, bet 16th and 

17th, B. 
Peralta, Mrs. V. T., res Brown, bet Grovo and West 
Peres, L., stock raiser, res 932 Fourteenth 
PERDUE, T., shoe store, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Pereau, S\ . E., millwright, res Seventh, bet Union 

and Magnolia, W. O. - 
Pereau, L. J., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Seventh, 

bet Union and Magnolia, W. 0. 
Perkins, Jos. A., Custom House, res 811 Brush 
Perkins, J. J., real estate, res 509 Fifth 



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Pacific Stone Manufacture Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



109 



Perkins, A. L., bookkeeper, res SE cor Eleventh 
and Brush 

Perkins, Eugene, machinist, res Eighth, bet Wood 
and Willow, \V. U. 

Perniien, F. \\ r ., sea captain, res Linden, bet 8th and 
10th 

Perry, Chas., engineer, res Simmons Block, Second 

Perry, L. M., clerk, res 816 Washington 

Perry, John II., painter, res 367 Eighth 

Perry David, capitalist, res Alta House 

Perry & Co. : S. A., book store, 843 Broadway 

Perry, S. A., book storo, 843 Broadway 

Perret, E., French laundry, 510 Second 

Perry, John P., appraiser's office, res Lincoln, bet 
Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Pern, Win., Golden Gate Hall, res 385 Dupont, S. F. 

Petar, Chas., cor Twelfth and' Broadway, res Web- 
ster, bet lUth and 11th 

Peters, Wm., res 9tf9 Grove 

Peters, Mrs. M. A., res llOd Market 

Peterson, P., laborer, 514 Fifteenth, B. 

Peterson, Mrs. A., ros S09 Jackson 

Peterson, Fred., restaurant, Broadway, res 851 Frank- 
lin 

Peterson, M. C, broom manufacturer, ros Magnolia, 
bet 1st and 3d, W. U. 

Peterson, , plasterer, ros 323 Eleventh 

Peterson, Henry, assistant librarian Oakland Li- 
brary, res Fifteenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 

Peterson, Lewis, grocery, Third, bet Linden and Fil- 
bert 

Peterson, Wm., tinsmith, res Thirty-second, bet 
Union and Magnolia, W. 0. 

Peterson, John, ivliitewasher, res Union, bet 22d and 
24th, W. 0. 

Pettigrovo, J ., carpenter, res Twenty-sixth, bet West 
and Grove 

Petigrew, Jr., W. J., clerk, res Thirteenth, bet 
Urush and Castro 

Pettit, Mrs. 11. iN., res 071 Tenth 

Pettitt, J. G., carpenter, res Wood, bet Taylor and 
Soward, W. 0. 

Pettit, J., real estate agent, S. F., res 571 Sixth 

Petty s, J. Y., 

Pferdnor, 1. E., music teacher, res 517 Third 

PtistLis, R., confectioner, 1065 Broadway 

Phiby, Thos., stock broker, res Alice, bet 15th and 
16th 
flPhelun, W. S., real estate, res S\V cor Twelfth and 
Castro 

Phelon, Thos., teamster, B. 

Phil brick, T. C, carpenter, ros 556 Third 

Phelps, C. B., ros Brown, bet Grove and West 

Phelps, iM. A., carpenter, res Brown, bet Grove and 
West 

Phelps, C. W. (Phelps & Wetmore, S. FJ, res Cen- 
tennial House 

Phenneger, 11. N., carpenter, res 758 Fifth 

Phileps, James, clerk, res Kailroad Av, nr Cedar, 
W. O. 

Phillips, D. T., C. P. R.R., res Valley, bet 23d and 21th 

Philips, 1). B., stair builder, res K59 Grove 

Phillips, J. W., ros cor Tenth and Sixth Av, B. 

Philips, J as., carpenter, res \V r illow, bet Lincoln and 
toward 

Phinny, Jos. M., builder, res 327 Eleventh 

Philips, Jos., retired merchant, 1111 Jefferson 

Pier, Geo., baker, Broadway 

Pierce, A. 1)., artesian well borer, res William, bet 
Wood and Pine, W. 0. 

Pierce, S. H., bookkeeper, S. F. 

Pierce, C. B., carpenter, res William, bet Wood and 
Willow, W. 0. 

Pierson, W. H., machinist Risdon Iron Works, S. F., 

res SW cor Twelfth and Clay 
Pierson, R. R., engineer G. N. & P. S. S. Co., res SW 

cor Twelfth and Clay 
Pierson, L. H., farmer, res SW cor Twelfth and Clay 
Pierson, Chas. K. / Wells, Fargo & Co. J, res SW cor 

Twelfth and Clay 
Pierson, Geo. , miner, res SW cor Twelfth and Clay 
Pierce, Marshall, assistant treasure"- Contra Costa 

Water Co., 458 Eighth, res 712 Pine, S. F. 
Pike, S. B., with Fireman's Fund Ins. Co., res NW 

cor Tenth and Poplar, W. 0. 
Pinckney, S. L., carriage painter, B. 
Pincknoy, J. H., wagon and carriage maker, B. 
Pino, \V : . H., laborer, res NW cor Seward and Pe- 
ralta, W. 0. 



Pinkorton, T. IL, physician, offico and residence 570 

Eleventh 
Pinkham, Seth, res NE cor Fifteenth and Brush 
Piukham, G. '1'., plasterer, res Durant, bet Broadway 

and Telegraph Av 
Pinkham, Willis, ornamental plastoror, res 503 Elev- 
enth 

Pinney, Mrs. Flora M., res Contennial House 

Pipher, Stephen 1)., baggage master C. P. R. R., res 
Mii Washington 

Pitcher, W. H., real estate, S. P., res Alta House 

Place, J. F., hardware merchant, S. F., ros 101'J Ad- 
eline 

Plomteaux, H. J., dentist, offico 1004 Broadway, room 
14, ros Brown, bot Market and West 

Plunkett, Jas. C, lawyer, Broadway 

Plummer, I). A., carpenter, Thirteenth Av, bet Elev- 
enth and Twelfth, B. 

Poindextor, R. W., clerk J. H. Latham & Co.,S. F., 
res 1010 West 

Pollard, Chas., bookkeeper, 19 Clay, res 467 Tenth 

Pomroy, S. S., with Tobin it Davisson, S. F., res 055 
Seventh 

Pomroy, H. B., bookkeeper Blake, Robbins & Co., 
S. P., res Webster, bet 15th and 16th 

Poole, Spencor, res SE cor Clay and Sixth 

Poole, Fred., restaurant, 1111 Broadway 

Poor, D.D., 1). W., profossor Theological Seminary, 
S. P. i res Telegraph Av, bot 22d and 23d 

Poor, F. A., stock broker, S. P., Webster, bet 14th 
and 16th 

Pope, Edward, with Etna Ins. Co., res Chester, bet 
9th and 10th, W. U. 

Pope, C. H., clergyman, ros Campbell, bet Lincoln 
and 12th, W. 0. 

Port, Peter, carpenter, ros NE cor Wood and Taylor, 
W. 0. 

Porter, I). H., salesman. 1019 , res 1017 Webstor 

Porter, D. H. 

Porter, Dr. — -, dentist, 1068 Broadway 

Porter, J. J., licensed collector, res Seventeenth, bot 
Clay and Jefferson 

Porter, James J., City Marshal's clerk, res Seven- 
teenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 

Posoy, T. R., manager California Fire and Water 
Proof Paint Cu., res SW cor Grove and W r alton 

Post, Mrs. H. H., res Caledonia Av, bot Grove and 
Telegraph Av 

Post, A. H., recaiving teller Merchants' Exchange 
Bank, 6. P., res 412 Fourteenth 

Post, C. A., C. P. R. R., res b22 Brush 

Boston, Mrs. E. C, Female Seminary, Oak, bet 10th 
and 11th 

Poston,M., lawyer, S. F., res Oak, bot 10th and 11th 

Potter, E. E., insurance agent, ros 272 Eleventh 

Potter, Henry, photographer, res Alta House 

Potter, G. H., traveling agent, res Edwards, opp 
Elm 

Potter, Geo. C, retired civil engineer, ros TeUgraph 
Av, bet 16th and 17th 

Potter, Mrs. Mary C, res Seventeenth, hoad of 
J efferson 

Potter, John, res 655 Washington 

Potter, R. B., painter, res 856 Clay 

Potts, Mrs. S. C, 

Poulson, Dr., res Eighth, bet Campbell and Peralta, 
W. 0. 

Poulter, C. T., res 216 Eleventh 

Pounstone, A. L., Oakland correspondent S. F. 
press, 921 Wilcox building 

Pover, Carl, plasterer, res 662 Washington 

Powell, \V r m. R., civil engineer, res Alta House 

Powell, , surveyor, res Alta House 

Power, Jas. J., Oakland Pioneer Soda Works, res 
El Dorado House 

Power, R. B., bookkeeper J. J. O'Shea, 1109 Broad- 
way, res 556 Seventh 

Power, VV., contractor, res cor Fourth Av and Sev- 
enteenth, B. 

Power, John S., clerk, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 

Power &Ough, Brooklyn Planing Mill, B. 

Powers, O. P., boarding house, res 323 Eleventh 

POWERS, D. N., dentist, res and office 463 Tenth 

Powers, C. E., butcher, B. 

Prather, Sam'l, salesman cor Ninth and Broadway 

Pratt, H. L., teamster, res bet Washington and Clay 

Pratt, Harris C, peddler 

Pratt, II. G., printer, res Sixteenth, bet Cypress and 
Center, W.O. 



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Preseott, Melvin, butchor, B. 

Preseott & Stewart, proprietors Clinton Market, E. 

Twelfth, bet Oth and 7th Avs, B. 
Preseott, M., batcher, B. 
Preseott, A. A., butcher Clinton Market, B. 
Presho, Jas., res 827 Myrtle 
Pressey, B. F., C. P. K. R., res SW cor Cedar and 

Williams, W. 0. 
Preston, John E., farmer, res Fourteenth, bet Web- 
ster and Franklin 
Preston, J. W., pattern maker, res San Pablo Av, 

bet '21st and 22d 
PRICE &. MOORE, Oakland Point Planing Mill, 

W. 0. 
Price, W. N., machine hand, res Jefferson 
Price, W. 11., merchant, res Seventeenth, bet 5th and 

tith Avs, B. 
Price, J as., res Harrison, bet 7th and 8th 
Price, D. A., clerk, 329 Tweltth, res 765 J offerson 
Price, David, clerk, 329 Tweltth, res cor Fifth and 

J efferson 
Price, Sr., VV. F., ros 812 Market 
Price, Jr., W. F., porter C. P. R. R., res 812 Market 
.Price, G. C, carpenter, 513 E Twelfth, B. 
Price, Rul'us, carpenter, res Center, bet lUth and 11th, 

W. 0. 
Price, J. K., clerk, res Seventeenth, bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Priestly, John, teamster, res 859 Clay 
Prince, T. P., machinist Hinckley's Foundry, ros 

Taylor, bet 1'ino and Cedar, \V. 0. 
Prince, A. O., contractor, res N W cor Twelfth and 

Willow, W. 0. 



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PRINCE, L. M., carpenter, Lynn Block. B. 
Pringlc, John, carpenter, ros Chester, bet 3d and 

5th, W. 0. 
Pringlo, E. G., lawyer, S. F., ros cor Nineteenth and 

Seventh Av, lS. 
Pritchard, Thes., watchman, res cor Fifteenth and 

Tenth Avs, B. 
Pullman, J as., res Poplar, bet 10th and 12th, W. 0. 
Pullis, Thos., plasterer, ros SW cor Twenty-fourth 

and Myrtle 
Pumyea, Peter, livery stable, 462 Seventh, ros New- 
land Hotel 
Pundt, E., bookkeeper, 323 Twelfth, ros 1 KHFranklin 
Pureell, Chas.. Contra Costa Waterworks, res Haw- 
thorn, bet Kim and Webster 
Purdy, J. H., stock dealer, res Centennial Houso 
Purnell, Zedokiah, barber and hairdresser, cor 

Third and Broadway 
Purnell, Z. J., barber, Broadway, res 239 Sixth 
Purnell, Mrs. A., ladies' nurse, res 2 >!> Sixth 
Purves, John, carpenter, res 260 Fourth 
Purington & Ough, wood, coal, and hay, East Elev- 
enth, B. 
Putnam, S. N., 240 Montgomery, S. F., res Harrison, 

bot 14th and Kith 
Putzar, Loui, carpenter, res Thirteenth, bot Wood 

and Willow, VV. 0. 
Putzker, A., German teacher University of Califor- 
nia, res TelBgraph Av, bet 24th and 25th 
Quackenbush, U;"o., carpenter, res SW cor Grove 

and Twenty-sixth 
Quebec, Jos., laborer, ros 410 Seventh 
Quigloy, Miss May, assistant teacher. Oak, bet 10th 

and 11th 
Quigley, Michael, whitener, res 519 Fourth 
Quigley, W., driver Whitney's Express, res Ninth, 

nr Washington 
Quill, Mrs. 0., res Twentieth, bet Oth and 7th Avs, B. 
Quince, Mrs. M. E. M., res 954 Fifth 
Quinhin, P. J., street contractor, res William, bet 

Pino and Cedar, W. 0. 
Quinn, Geo., salesman, ros Third, bet Adeline and 

Chestnut, W. 0. 
Quinn, Edward, general job work, res Fifth, bet 
Lewis and Henry, W. 0. 



Quinn, John, C. P. R. R., ros 812 Filbert 
Quinn, Wm. J., res SW cor Castro and Fifteenth 
Quinn, Wm. H., salesman Huntington, Hopkins & 

Co.,S. F., res SW cor Castro and Fifteenth' 
Rack lift", J., capitalist, res NW cor Castro and 

Seventh 
Rader, J. C, bookkeeper, res 832 Thirteenth, cor 

Market 
Rader, M. G., canvasser, res 832 Thirteenth, cor 

Market 
Rading, A. F., upholsterer, res 514 Fourth 
Raebe, Jacob, restaurant, Broadway 
Raffle, Jas., cook, 859 Broadway, res Washington, 

nr Filth 
RAFFO BROTHERS, grocers, cor Third and Bdwy 
RAFFO, C, grocer, cor Third and Broadway 
RAFFO, L., grocer, cor Third and Broadway 
Ramsden, C. 11., accountant First National Gold 

Bank,S. F-, res San Pablo Av, bet 17th and 19th 
Raleigh, J. F., carpenter, res Myrtle, bot 28th and 

30th 
Raleigh, L. A., carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 28th and 

30th 
Raleigh, C. J., carpenter, res Myrtle, bot 28th and 

30 th 
Ralston, Henry, housesmith, res Tenth, bet Cypress 

and Center, W. 0. 
Ralston, J. C, clerk, res SW cor Eleventh and 

Brush 
Ramsom, L. W., lawyer, ros SW cor Twenty-second 

and Market 
Rand, D. H., Chief of Police, Oakland, ros Bay PI, 

bet Broadway and Telegraph Av 
Randall, Saml., toamstor, res Third, bot Franklin 

and Webster 
Randall, James C, farmer, B. 
Randolph, W. C, jeweler, Montgomery, S. F., res 

000 Twelfth, cor Jefferson 

Rangod, G., dying and cleansing, 305 Twelfth 
Rankin, Jas., plumber, res Grove, bet 2dth and 30th 
Rankin, Andrew, tinsmith, res Grove, bot 29th and 

30th 
Ranlett, John, carpenter, ros 103 Seventh 

Ranlett, , res 724 Fourteenth 

Rappold, John, insurance agent, res Twelfth, bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Kasmussen, Andrew, Cosmopolitan Restaurant, 

Broadway, res 851 Franklin 
Iiathjen, Diodrich, groceries, N W cor Jefforson and 

1 ifth 
Rattery, Daniel, deputy pound master, res Market, 

bet 24th and 26th 
Raymond, W. H., mining speculator, res 1109 Clay 
Raymond, N. R., U. S. Mint, res Broadway, bet 19th 

and 20th 
Read, Jas. W., carpenter, res 310 Seventh 
Read, Frank M., carpenter, ros 310 Seventh 
Read, C. M., telegraph operator, ros 310 Seventh 
Read, Stephen A., carpenter, res 064 Harrison 
Reader, E. B., bar tender, 401 l Seventh, res Jefferson, 

bet 7th and 8th 
Real Estate Union, Wm. H. Jordan, manager, 921 

Broadway 
Ream, John, miller, res Union, bet22d and 24th, W. 

0. 
Reaney, Jos., sea captain, res Eighteenth, bot Lin- 
den and Filbert 
Rector, B. F., supt Jute Manufacturing Co., B. 
Rector, A., Marshal's clerk, res cor Seventeenth 

and Sixteenth Av, B. 
Rector, P. C, civil engineer, res 305 Ninth 
Rediean, B., plasterer, res 1051 Franklin 
Redington, C. H., paymaster W. Development Co., 

res Twelfth, bot Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Redmond, Miss Mary, res Sixteonth, bet Grove and 

Jefferson 
REDSTuNE, J. H., patent agent and notary public, 

461 Ninth 
Redway, Jacques, instructor University California, 

ros NE cor Brown and West 
Reed, John, 1 wood worker, res Clay, bot 4th and 5th 
Roed, Wm., supt Long Bridge, S. F., res Market, 

bot 15th and 16th 
Reed, E. L., cattle dealer, res 050 Brush 
Roed, C. G., county clerk, res 663 Ninth 
Koed, John, stableman 
Roed, Geo., farmer, res Elm, nr CollegoAv 
Roed, Jas., engineer, res cor Willow and Taylor, W. 

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Bees, David, carpenter, res 753 Castro 
Reese, P. H., retired sea captain, res Elm, bet Haw- 
thorn and Plymouth Av 
Reiehling, F., assayer, NW cor Eighth and Linden 
Reiehling, L., clerk, res NW cor Lighth and Linden 
Reier, Jr., Clias., saddler, res H09 Washington 
Reier, Sr., Chas., real estate, res 909 Washington 
Reier, 11., dry goods, 1155 liroadway 
Reier, C, clerk, 1135 Broadway, res Washington, bet 

8th and 9th 
Reied, J. 0., leather dealer, 211 Clay, S. F., res 

Eighth, bet Adeline and Magnolia, VV r . 0. 
Reilay, P., physician, office Broadway, res 1111 

Washington 
Reiley, Bridget, cook Centennial House 
Reilly, P. J., druggist and apothecary, 847 Broad- 
way, res cor Sixth and Jetforson 
Reilay, J. P., physician, 1059 Broadway, res 1114 

Washington 
Reinle, F., res 1058 West 
Reinhardt, Hans, cigar manuf, res Eighth, bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Remillard & Bros., brick makers and contractors, 

room 10, Williams Block 
Romillard, P. N., brick maker and contractor, res 

1201 Franklin 
Remillard, H., brick maker and contractor, res 

Brush 
Remillard, Ed., brick maker and contractor, res San 

Rafael 

Remillard, Miss , dress maker, res 350 Tenth 

Keshmiller, 1)., carpenter, 1115 Eighth Ay, B 
Reshmillor, H., sculptor, res 1115 Eighth Av, B. 
Rettoy, W'm., carpenter, res Frederick, bet San 

Pablo and Telegraph Avs 
Reynolds, W. H., stock broker, S. F., res 1035 Fifth 

Av, B. 
Reynolds, M., speculator, res Telegraph Av, bet 16th 

and 17th 
Reynolds, Mrs. R. T., milliner and dressmaker, 325 

Twelfth 
Reynolds, Thos. N., plumber, res 510 Eighth 
Reynolds, Thos., plumber and ga-titter, B. 
Reynolds, Jos., resj unction San 1'ablo A v and Brush 
Reynolds, Wm. G., res 833 Madison 
Reynolds, T. Frank, res 8*5 Madison 
Reynolds, C. F., short hand reporter, res Seven- 
teenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 
Reynolds, Mrs. W. E., res 833 Clay 
Rice, U. B., clergyman, res Seventh, bet Henry and 

Chester, W. O. 
Rice & White, butchers, 24 and 20 City Market 
Rice, C. 11. (11 ice & White), res Webster, nr Burant 
Rice, Goo., stableman 
Rice, Ceo., baker, 815 Broadway, res cor Jackson 

and Fifth 
Richards, W. A., City Hall Stable, res 718 Twelfth 
Richards, Ezra, Custom House, res SE cor Clay and 

0th 
Richards, D. T., grocer, SE cor Eighteenth and 

Broadway 
Richardson, Thos., commission merchant, S. F., res 

cor Nineteenth and Seventh Av, B. 
Richardson, A. S., carpenter, res 313 Ninth 
Richardson, Miss Helen, res Sixteenth, bet 7th and 

Sth Avs, B. 
Richardson, Miss Horatia, res Sixteenth, bet 7th 

and 8th Avs, B. 
Richardson, N., car repairer C. P. R. R., res Henry, 

bet 3d and 5th, W. O. 
Richmond, Mrs. L. G., prest Women's Co-operative 

Printing Union, S. F., ros William, nr Telegraph 

Av 
Richardson, J. M., capitalist, B. 
Richorn, N. C, rotired broker, res 204 Seventh 
Rickard, Mrs. M., res Chase, bet Wood and Willow, 

W. U. 
Rickard, J., carpenter, res Market, bet 2Sth and 

3uth 
Rick, M. F., tailor, 1050 Broadway, ros Golden Star 

Hotel 
Rickey, D. B., tinsmith, ros Brush, bet 17th and ISth 
Rider, A., retired merchant 
Rieble, J., Union Restaurant, 902 Broadway 
Rehl, J. E., blacksmith, B. 
Riley, Daniel, laborer, res Fifteenth, bet Market 

and West 
Riley, John, gardener Benj. Haynes, Sixth Av, bet 

19th and 20th, B. 



Riley, Thos., painter, res 758 Brush 

Riley, J. G., cashier Western Savings and Trust Co., 

S. F., res San Pablo Av, bet 17th and 18th 
Kingold, David, teamster, res 10th, bet Washington 

and Broadway 
Riolon, A., whitener, res SW cor Seward and Pine, 

W. U. 
Riotte, E. M., stock broker, 330 Pine, S. F., res 054 

Fifth 
Risohmuller, Geo., carpenter, res 1103 Eleventh Av, 

B. 
Risley, Eugene, C. P. R. R., ros Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. U. 
Risley, J. B., plasterer, res 1110 Washington 
Risley, Lowis, plasterer, res 1110 Washington 
Rison, W. R., stock broker, res Jackson, bet 4th 

and Sth 
Rivers, J. J., res 900 Clay 
Roach, John, saloon keeper, B. 
Roach, f. engineer C. P. R. R., res NE cor Bay and 

William, W. O. 
Roach, P., marble polisher, ros NE cor Twenty- 
seventh and West 

Roach, Miss , drossmakor, 915 Webster 

Roberts, Edward, miner, res Charter, bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph Avs 
Roberts, U. E., builder, res Twenty-seventh, bet 

West and Grove 
Roberts, A., broker, res SW cor West and Tenth 
itoberts, Chas., cashier Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res SW cor Webster and Orchard Av 
Roberts, A., res 318 Third 
Roberts, John W., capitalist, res SW T cor Durant 

and Webster 
Roberts, Eugene, gardener L. J. Cole 
Roberts, J., carpenter, res Seward, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. U. 
Roberts, G. M., C. P. R. R., ros Fifth Av, bet 15th 

and 10th, B. 
Roberts, J. W., capitalist, res Fifth Av, bet loth. 

and 10th, B. 
Roberts, Sr., Jos., retired 

Roberts, Jr., Jos., stock broker, Room 18 Safe De- 
posit Building, S. F. 
Roberts, G. !»., speculator, office Room 18 Safe De- 
posit Building, S. F., res SW cor Tenth and 

Alice 
Roberts, Edward, engineer, ros Cedar, bet William 

and Atlantic, W. O. 
Roberts, Henry, butcher, ros Fifteenth, bet Jeffer- 
son and Clay 
Robertson, John A., mining speculator, res June 

Webster and North Bioadsvay 
Robertson, Daniel, carpenter, res Atlantic, bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. U. 
Robinson, John, foreman weaving department, B. 
Robinson J. O. , butcher, res NK cor Market and 

Eighteenth 
Robinson, ilenry, carpenter, res 573 Eighth 
Robinson, Nathan, res 75u Sixth 
Robinson, A., carpet beating establishment, 519 

Second, res 523 Second 
Robinson, D. T., miner, res Alameda 
Robinson, Chas., artist, res Sixteenth, bet 7th and 

Sth Avs, B. 
Robinson, U. K.., stock broker, S.JF., res 920 Ninth, B. 
Robison, A. C. curiosity store, Washington, S. F., res 

A W cor Sixth and Harrison 
Robinson, A. D. (Jiobinson it Dick) , res Centennial 

House 
Robinson, Wm., res 559 Seventh 
Robinson, C. J., deputy city treasurer, res Fifteenth, 

bet West and Market 
Robinson, Henry, contractor, res Willow, bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. O. 
Robinson, E., helper, B. 
Kobinson, John A., chief clerk U. S. Surveyor's 

Office, res Linden, bet Sth and 10th 
Robinson, G. O., contractor, res NE cor Eighteenth 

and Market r 

Robinson, J., physician, res 911 Grove 
Robinson, E. C, salesman, ros 911 Grove 
Robinson, J. Claiborn, cigar importer, 954 Fifth 
Robinson, B. L., res Jackson, North Thirteenth 
Robbins, Chas. F., paper dealer, S. F. 
Rocca, John, saloon, 710 Broadway 
Roccovich, M., porter, Broadway, bet 10th and 11th 
Rochmert, Fredb., upholsterer, NE cor Henry and 

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Rocorieh, Luca, fruit dealer, %S Broadway 
Koddan, Hugh, farmer, res San Pablo Av, bet 21th 

and 25th 
Rode, C.,gun and locksmith, ros 117 Tenth 
Rodgers, J. H., pilot, res Seward, bet Wood and 

Willow, \V. 0. 
Rodgers, K., engineer, res Atlantic, bet PJno an| i 

Cedar, \\ r . 0. 
Rodgers, Jas., contractor, res 666 Fourth 
Rodgers, John, stevedore, res Campbell, bet Atlan- 
tic and Pacific, W. 0. 
Rodmacher, August, laborer, res Nff cor Wood and 

Seward, W. 0. 
Rodolph & Co.. books and stationery, 1003 Broad- 
way, ros cor Tenth and Clay 
Rodolph, F. B., books and stationery, 1003 Broad- 
way, res cor Tenth and Clay 
Rodolph, M.D., S. F., books and stationery, 1003 

Broadway, res cor Tenth and Clay 
Rodolph, F. S., physician, res siijj Clay 
Roediger, F. A., confectioner, res Taylor, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Roerig, W. S., carpenter, res 308 Seventh 
Roff, Capt. — , boarding house, Merchant, B. 
Roff, 11. L. & Co., agents Royal Canadian Insurance 

Co., !i07 Broadway 
Roff, II. L., agent Koyal Canadian Insurance Ce., 907 

Broadway, ros Elm, nr Telegraph Av 
Rogers, J. R., res 010 Twelfth 
Rogers, E. A., clerk C. P. K. R., res 3(31 Tenth 
Rogers, E. P., machinist 
Rogers, Frank, laborer, B. 

Rogers, Henry, agent Merritt, cor First and Wash- 
ington, res 111)9 Jackson 
Rogle, Mrs. Mary, midwife, res 332 Fourth 
Rohan, Mrs. C, groceries, SE cor Twenty-third and 

Telegraph Av 
Rohan, M., laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and 

'telegraph Av 
Rohrs, P. E., tanner and currier, B. 
Rollins, F., biakeman, B. 

Rollins, Wm. S., ros SE cor Center and Third, W. 0. 
Rollins, H. C, carpenter, res Goss, bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Rook, Mrs. C, nurse, ros SW cor Webster and Third 
Root, Jas., retired merchant, res 1171 Franklin 
Ross, G. D., clerk, cor Twelfth and Broadway, res 

032 Clav 
Ropes, C. F., clerk, S. F., res 1059 Washington 
Rose, A. II., broker, res U34 Myrtle 
Rose, Jas., expressman, res Twenty-eighth, bet San 

Pablo and West 
Rose, John, painter, res 715 Clay 
Rose, A., res Madison, bat 8th and Oth 
Rosenborg, M., merchant, res 100:i Webster 
Rosenberg, L., cigar store, 807)4 Broadway, res NE 

cor Tenth and Webster 
Rosenberg, Chas., clerk, 8J7% Broadway 
Rosenborg, Nathan, cigar store, 909 Broadway, res 

Telegraph Av 
Roseborry, J., miller, cor Market and Beale, S. F., 

res Campbell, bet Taylor and Seward, W. U. 
Rosenheim, J., speculator, ros West, bet Lydia and 

Twenty-second 
Rosenlohn, John, res Fourth, bet Alice and Jackson 
Rosette, Ed., drivor Whitney's Express, res Tenth 

and \V r ebster 
Ross, A. J., police officer, res 375 Fifth 
Ross, 1)., engineer, res Seward, cor Campbell, W. O. 
Ross, G., stock speculator, ros Fifteenth, bet San 

Pablo Av and Clay 
ROSSEAU JOHN, shoe maker, 087 Twelfth, B. (See 

foot lines.) 
Ross, F., res Fifth, bet Filbert and Myrtle 
Rossini, C. J., furniture, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Roth, Louis, tailor with S. Francis, res SW cor 

Washington and Eleventh 
Roulstone, A. J., supt mines, res Fifth Av, bet loth 

and 10th, B. 
Roundoy, John L., Webster Street Bridge, res 503 

Fourteenth, B. 
Roundoy, Jos. A. H., expressman, res503 Fourteenth, 

B. 
Roundy, Jr., J. L., expressman, B. 
Roundy, Joseph, expressman, B. 
Rounins, F. R., calkor, res Pearson, nr Taylor, W. 

0. 
Rouse, W. II., commission merchant, res 811 Filbert 
Rouse, W. A., drayman, res 814 Filbert 



ROUSSEAU, J., boot and shoe store, 305 East 

Twelfth, B. 
Roussel, L., sausage maker, res 310 Fourth 
Routh. Mrs. M. R., res Seward, bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Rowe, John, stock broker, res cor Bay and William, 

W. O. 
Rowell, W. K., real estate, 900 Broadway, cor 8th, 

res Merrimae 
Rowland & Bishop, watchmakers and jewelers, 

Ninth, nrP 
Rowland, W. E., watchmaker and jeweler, res 

Chestnut, Nof 18th 
Rowland, Wm., builder, res Chestnut, bet ISth and 

20th 
Rowse, Sam'l, carpenter, ros Magnolia, bet 1st and 

3d, W. O. 
Rubert, D. II., ship builder, res Filbert, bet 28th 

and 30th 
Rudolph. G., cook, res NW cor Cedar and William, 

W. O. 
Ruiz, John, laborer 
Rulofson, Win., photographer, S. F., res Myrtle, bet 

7th and 8th 
Rulofson. W. 11., photographer, S. F., res SW cor 

Twelfth and Market 
Rumron, F. M., clerk C. P. R. R., res 1031 Filbert 
Rundebaugh, P. 0., carpenter, res Lewis, nr 3d, W. 

Russ, E. C, clork, cor Twelfth and Broadway, ros 

Mi.' Clay 
Rushmore, Win., laborer, 750 Brush 
Russell. Frank P., instructor Cal. Military Academy, 

cor Telegraph and San Pablo Av 
Russell, Wm. II., cooper, res Walton, bet San Pablo 

Av and Market 
Russell, E. K., grainer, res Fifteenth, bet Grove and 

J etferson 
Russell, Jas., watchman C. P. R. R,., NW cor Henry 

and Third, W. U. 
Russell, Wm. T., porter Broadway station, res 218 

Fifth 
Russell, Thos. S., planer, res Tenth Av, bat 15th and 

lbth, B. 
Russel, Wm., porter, I'll Seventh 
Russell, John C , mining ongiueer, S. F., res Web- 
ster, bet 11th and liith 
Ruth, John, cigars, 1052 Broadway 
Rutherford, J. S., finisher, res 820 Fourteenth 
Rutherford, T. W., carpenter, res 503 Eleventh 
Rutherford, C. B., paints, oils, etc., lOM Broadway, 

res NW cor Fifteenth and Franklin 
Ryan, M., blacksmith, res 557 Eighth 
Ryan, Thos., carriage painter, NE cor Clay and 

Third 
Ryan, Jas., hostler, res Union, cor 21th, W. 0. 



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Agent for HIBERNIA BREWERY, 
468 Seventh St., bet. Bdwy. & Wash. Oakland. 



RYAN,M. J., wines and liquors, 408 Seventh, res 

520 Sixth 
Ryan, Martin, blacksmith and horse shoor, Wash- 
ington, bet 7th and 8th 

Ryan, , res Adeline, bet 19th and 20th 

Saal, L., waiter, 403 and 405 Seventh 

Sack, W. M., carpenter, res ! 157 Webster 

Sackman, John, iDlaeksiuith, Telegraph Av, bot25th 

and 2 ith 
Sackman, John, res cor Telegraph Av and Twenty- 
fifth 
Sackett, B. R., capitalist, res Brush, bet 20th and 

21st 
Sadler, Caleb, agent Victor Sewing Machine, Mar- 
ket, S. F., res SE cor Telegraph Av and Durant 
Sagar, Geo. H., G. & P. S. S. Co., res 502 Sixth 
SAGEHORN, WM.,feed store, 173 Ninth 
Salisbury, E. G., ros Castro, bet 5th and oth 
Salinger, A. M., clerk 811 Broadway, res Fifth, bet 

F'ranklin and Webster 
SAMM, JACOB, flouring mill, cor First and Clay, 
res cor Fifth and Clay 



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PROPRIETOR OF 

Samm's Flouring Mills, 

Cor. of First and Clay Sts., Oakland. 
RESIDENCE, COR. 5TH AND CLAY- 



Sampson, Root, painter, res 319 Fourth 

Sam«on, L., res 607 .sixth 

Samson, Leon, salesman, Broadway, bet 10th and 

11th. res 807 Sixth 
Samuels, Jacob, glazier, 460-464 Second 
I Samuels, 15., second hand clothing and jewelry, 818 

Broadway 
Samuels, S., watch maker, 818 Broadway 
Samuels, J., painter, res 512 Second 
Sanborn, H. At., clerk Bay Nursery Depot, SE cor 

Fourteenth and Washington 
I Sanborn, W. E., elork, res 81!) Filbert 
Sanborn, T. C, stock broker, res Adeline, bet 10th 

and 12th 
Sandemn, C. F., druggist, res Goss, bet Wood and 

Pine, W. 0. 
Sands, Geo., watchman, res SW cor Seventeenth 

and Franklin 
Sanders, J. H., res Grove, bet 10th and 20th 
Sanderson, Jas., laborer, res Twenty-fifth, bet Grove 

and West 
Sanderson, Wm., porter C. P. R. R., res Seventh, 

bet. Henry and Chester, W. O. 
Sanfley, R. C-, boot and shoe dealer, S. F., res Div- 

ison, bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Sanflev, W. B., law student, res Division, bet Pine 

and Wood, VV. O. 
Sanford, Kelsoy & Co., drug store, cor Tenth and 

Broadway 
Sanford, E. P.. drug store, cor Tenth and Broadway, 

res 1061 Clay 
Sanford, Geo., Colonel U. S. A., res Clay, bet 5th 

and Oth 



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PROVISION ESTABLISHMENT 

829 Broad\7p-ay, 

Wholesale and Retail, 

Beef. Mutton, Veal, Hams, Corned Beef, Etc. Goods 

Promptly delivered Free. Vegetables, Poultry 

and Game in season. 



SAN FRANCISCO A1ABKET, 829 and 831 Bdwy 

Santivi, John, brakeman local, B. 

Santos, Airs. At. E., res Brown, nr Telegraph Av 

Santos, Geo., painter, res Brown, nr Telegraph Av 

Santos, John, painter, res Brown, nr Telegraph Av 

Sarille, Allen, miller, B. 

Sarpy, Barstow & Co., hay and grain, 423 Eleventh 

Sarpy, O., hay and grain, 423 Eleventh, res 460 

Third 
Sarpy, J. O., bookkeeper, res 460 Third 
Sartori, A., res Seward, bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Sat her, P., banker, S. P., res 664 Twelfth 
Satterlee, Geo. A., clerk 665 and 667 Broadway 
Sauerbrum, Jos., res SW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Valley 
Sauer, H.. barber, 319 Twelfth, res cor Franklin and 

Fourteenth 
Sauvam, A., wine merchant, res SW cor Ninth and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Sawyer, Airs. Chas H., res 514 Tenth 
Sayers, Wm., painter, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 

Saxe, , res 777 Alyrtlo 

Scanlon, Airs. A., groceries, Atarket, bet 4th and 5th 
Schaub, T., cigar store, 819 Broadway, cor Seventh 
Schar-ffer, L., butcher, 819 Broadway 
Schaffner, F., boarding house, 403 Seventh 
Schoin, S-, clerk, 957 Broadway, res cor Eleventh and 

Clay 
Schielk, Herman, cabinet maker, res Chestnut, bet 

22d and 34th 
Scheidecker, I., res 926 Filbert 
Scheiding, H., saloon, B. 



Schollhaas, H., furniture, Odd Fellows' Building, res 

Blake House 
Schfer, C. H., leather dealer, res Chestnut, bet 10th 

and 12th 
Schiveley, Airs. E. N., res Brush, bet 3d and 4th 
SCHIMMELPFENNIG, Jr., F., plumbing, gasfit- 

ing, and tinware, B. 
SCHIA1A1ELPFENNIG, Sr., F., general merchan- 
dise, B. 
Schlabinger, Casper, carpenter, res 660 Harrison 
Schmitt, Chas., publisher Sacramento Journal, Sa- 
cramento 
Schmidt, R. S., clerk, res 701 Washington 
Schuler, Ernest, tin shop, Railroad Av, res Seward, 

bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
SCHNEIDER. L., merchant tailor, East Twelfth, B. 
Schneider, John, carpenter, res Seventh Av, bet 

16th and 17th, B. 
Schuler, Jacob, -aloon, SE cor Webster and Seventh 
Schuller, A., miner, res Telegraph Av, bet Plymouth 

and Edwards 
Schubert, Paul, barber, res 651 Jefferson 
Schultz, J., bookkeeper Haas Bros., S. F., res 763 

Fifth 
Schuuier, August, dental student, res NW cor 8th 

and Linden 
Schultz, J., butcher, cor Eighth and Washington, 

res 520 Eighth 
SchunhofF, B. F., druggist, 462 Seventh 
Schutt, A. At., proprietor Oakland Journal, res cor 

Nineteenth and Broadway 
Schwab, , machinist C. P. R. R., res William, 

bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Schwab, C. N., salesman, 1053 Broadway, res 562 

Seventh 
Schwagormann, F., baker, 963 Franklin 
Schwarling, Fredk., bookkeeper, res 466 Third 
Schwartz, N., moulder, res 1008 Third 
Schwartz W., engraver, res 569 Eighth 
Schwifler, Henry, barkeeper, res 914 Harrison 
Scotchler, John J., merchant, S. F., res 1014 Linden 
Scott, A. J., clerk, res 618 Fifth 
Scott, C. 11., fruit and vegetables, cor Broadway 

and Fifth 
Scott, A. J., fruit and vegetables 
Scott, Airs. At. E., res 565 Second 
Scott, Winfield, clergyman, res 953 Castro 
Sccitr, Airs. R., dressmaker, cor Eighth and Willow 
Scott, John, builder, res Poplar, bet 8th and 9th, 

W. O. 
Schneider, Fredk., doormaker, res 612 Second 
Schnell, Frederick, barber, 777 East Twelfth, B. 
Schneiley, J., mechanic, res Twelfth, bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Schunck, Henry, saloon, 677 East Twelfth, B. 
Schneider, C. Union Hotel, cor East Twelfth and 

Thirteenth Av, B. 
Schobor, Fredk., machinist, 666 Sixth 
Schoen, Paul, piano tuner, res Logan, bet Telegraph 

Av and Grove 
Schvagorman, Fred. F., cabinet maker, res 307 

Second 
Scholl, C. F., gunsmith, Tenth, nr Franklin, res 

Ninth, bet Chester and Peralta, W. 0. 
Scholl, C. F. (Jahn & Scholl), res Tenth, bet Frank- 
lin and Webster . 
Schlotzhauer, P., saloon, cor Eighth and Washing- 
ton 
Schow, A. EL, carpenter, res Elm, bet Grove and San 

Pablo Av 
Schreiber, Airs. F., bakery, Railroad Av, res Atlan- 
tic, bet Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Schneider, A. J., manufacturer willow ware, 962 

Broadway 
Schreiber, Philip, furniture, 1064 Broadway 
Schreiber, J. Jr., bookkeeper P. Schreiber 
Schreiber, Chas., teamster P. Schreiber 
Schreiber, Chas., clerk, res Thirteenth and Harrison 
Schrader, A., fresco painter, res Charter, Lot San 

Pablo and Telegraph Avs 
Schrieber, C. confectioner, 408 Clay, S. F., res cor 

Lincoln and Willow, W. 0. 
Schreck, E. A., clerk F. S. Page, 1007 Broadway, res 

122 Eleventh 
Schring, Chas., bar tender Railroad Exchange, cor 

Seventh and Broadway, W O. 
Schroeder, C. W., painter, 834 Broadway 
Scoville, I., machinist, 511 and 513 Second, res Atlan- 
tic, bet Pino and Cedar, W. 0. 






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Above Kearny, - SAN FRANCISCO. 

DEALERS IN 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, 

FURNITURE, BEDDING, MATTRESSES, 

LACE CURTAINS, 




Miners, Smelters, 



and others interested in Manufacturing 
The undersigned, proprietor of the 



And Everything Usually Included in the 

Stock of a First-Class Carpet and 

Furniture Establishment. 



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offers to the public, every article of Pottery : 
Work manufactured to order, especially allj 
kinds of Fire- Proof Ware Bricks for Smelt- 
ing, and other furnaces, warranted to stand 
any degree of heat required ; also, Muffles, 
Crucibles, Pipes and Chemists' Tools. 

A new Patent SMELTING FURNACE, 

Constructed entirely of FIRE CLAY, a specialty. 
Also offers for sale to Manufacturers : 

1st. The Best Patent Brick Machine ever 
invented, (own new invention) inakes 100,' 
OOO Wet-Pressed Bricks per day, 

2d. Flower-pot Machine, plain and Cor- 
rugated. 

3d. Sew Patent Roofing Tile Machine. 

4th. A New Patent Collar Newer Pipe 
Machine: works by Hydraulic Power. 



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Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers, Parlor Air Guns, 

awrn AIEfc PISTOLS, 

Ammunition, Flasks, Pouches, Game Bags, Etc., Etc. 

BLACKSMITHS, MACHINISTS § MODEL MAKERS 



Wo have one of the best and largest Foot. Drill Lathes in California, and the identical one which 
t,»uk the FIRST PREMIUM attho VIENNA EXPOSITION, and was at that time operated by MR. 
.1 A II .\ , one of tho partners in the above firm 

They are prepared to do tho most perfect work in all kinds of metal, to bore the finest Guns, and make 
thorn porfect. 

SAWS SET AND FIXED WITH CARE. 

<~£r^C?lLL oiJ\rf> SEE US. <rQ=? 

376 Tenth St., opp. Allen's Carriage Factory, 



Boots and Shoes, as low as in 0. cr S. P., at J. EQUSSEAU'S, 687 E. 12th St., E. 



Stone Work and Cement, at P. CHAPPELLET'S. Office, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



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Ives Scoville. E. A. Hersey. 

IVES SCOVILLE & CO. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Machinery. Stesiin 

Engines, Punipx, and all kinds of Iron 

and Brass Castings furnished at short notice. 

511 and 513 Second Street, 



Bet. Clay and Washington; 



OAKLAND. 



Scoville, Mrs. A. C, res 517 Third 

Scribner, Geo. W., butcher, 8 and 10 City Market, res 

1(51 Third 
Scully, P., speculator, res 619 Sixth 
Seabry, Mrs., res 1228 Broadway 
Seal, A. II. M., carpenter, res Eighth, bet Campbell 

and Peralta, W. 0. 
Sears, Chas. E., designer, 1061 Broadway, res Seven- 
teenth, bet Jefferson and Clay 
Sears, J. R., mining engineer, res Seventeenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Sears, H. B., retired banker, res Seventeenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Seasons, V., carpenter, res 623 Tenth 

Sears, , teamster, res 775 Myrtle 

Sears, Obediah B., sea captain, B. 

Sears, Dean S., sail maker, res cor Willow and 

Atlantic, W. 0. 
Searing, Win. S., saloon, 819 Broadway, cor Seventh, 

res cor Clav and Ninth 
Seaton, Geo., res Chester, bet 9th and 10th, W. 0. 
Seaward, EL, salesman, res 515 Ninth 
Sedeuger, Jos., Risdon Foundry, S. F., res 720 

Fourth 
Sedgloy, A., res 223 Tenth 
Sedgwick, fi. W., engineer, res William, bet Pino 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Seeglitz, F. W., barber shop and bath house, 867 

Broadway, res 839 Gough 
Seible, Mrs. W., res 853 Webster 
Seiler, Mrs. S., res 265 Ninth 
Seitz, Jacob, wagon manuf, res 98 Third 
Selt'ridge, J. M., physician, res Fourteenth, bet 

West and Brush 
Selna, L., saloon, Broadway and Eleventh, res 516 

Eighth 
Selna, A. (Oamilloni & Co.), res 17 Fifteenth 
Senram, F., boots and shoes, 963 Broadway, res 317 

Eliventh 
Serler, Jacob, painter, res West, bet 27th and 28th 
Sessions, John, clergyman, res 701) Tenth 
Sessions, John W., notary public, 460 and 132 Eighth, 

res 703 Tenth 
Sessions, Rev. John, res 709 Tenth 
Sessions, J., res Seventh Av, bet 18th and 19th, B. 
Sessions, E. C, capitalist and president Oakland 

Bank of Savings, res NW cor Market and Eighth 
Seward, H., bookkeeper, res 515 Ninth 
Seymour, Wm., tinner, Alameda 
Shaker, H. W., carpenter, res Alice, bet 5th and 6th 
Shakespear, D. (Shakespear & Walter), res 1020 

Linden 
Shakespear & Walter, coal and wood yard, 113 Elev- 
enth 
Shanley, Wm. J., washor, Seventh and Broadway, 

res 233 Sixth 
Shandloy, Wm. J., hostler, res 21S Sixth 
Shankland, J. H., lawyer, res Wood, bet Lincoln 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Shannon, M., blacksmith, B. 
Sharkey, P., Oakland Lumber Yard, Merritt, res 

Temescal 
Sharp, Miss, private school, Wobstor, bet 15th and 

16th 
Sharp, Geo., laborer, res 462 Third 
Sharp, Mrs. 1. N., res Thirteenth, bet Webster and 

Franklin 
Shaw, John, carpenter, res SE cor Fifth and Myrtle 
Shaw, Mrs. M. E., res 1160 Alice 
Shaw, L. J., carpenter, res cor Thirtieth and Mag- 
nolia, W. O. 
Shay, J., carpenter, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Shearer, Lewis, lawyer, res Eighteenth, bet Brush 

and Castro 
Shearer, S., lawyer, office 954 Broadway, West Val- 
ley, bet 23d and 24th 
Sheehan, P. R., painter, res 461 Tenth 



Sheedy, J., marble shop, Broadwav, nr 14th 

Sheedy & Madder, marble shop, Broadway, nr 14th 

Sheel, Geo., bookkeeper, 119 Clay, S. F., res 467 
Tenth 

Sheen, T., porter, res NW cor Cedar and William, 
W. 0. 

Sheffer, Frederick, cigar manuf, res Kirkham, bet 
8th and 9th, W. O. 

Shelly, Mrs., dress maker, 571 Seventh 

Shopman, W. E., Pacific Plating Works, res Twelfth, 
bet Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 

Sherwin, T., survoyor, res 10,il Grove 

Sherman, Dr. , physician, 1055 Broadway 

Sherman, S., tailor S. Francis, res Alameda 

Sherman, Chas., res 617 Ninth 

Sherman, Wm., res Fourteenth, nr NE cor Grovo 

Shermer, H., physician, res 803 Jefferson 

Sherman, , res NE cor Sixteenth and Grove 

Sherman, P. D., house mover, res West, bet 21st and 
Lydia 

Sherrott, Edward, variety store, Broadway, nr 5th 

Sherry, John, laborer, res Twenty-sixth, bet Grove 
and West 

Shields, J., laborer, res Lydia, bet Curtis and West 

Shiman, J. L., merchant, San Lorenzo 

Shipley, Frank, carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Shipley, Saml., carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Shirley, W. D., capitalist, cor Ninth Av and 
Eleventh, B. 

Shloglmilch, S., blacksmith, res Wood, bet Chase 
and Taylor, W. O. 

Shorey, Albert, police officer, res Seventeenth, bet 
Jefferson and Clay 

Shogreon, John, oysterman, res First, bet Webster 
and Oak 

Shorkley, Allen, clerk Jos. Dalziel, 1149 Broadway, 
res Eighteenth, bet Brush and West 

Shrader, L. C, machine hand,* res Railroad Ex- 
change, W. 0. 

Shreck, E. A., Broadway 

Shultz, Jacob, butcher, SE cor Eighth and Wash- 
ington 

Shulz, Miss D., cloak and dress maker, B. 

Shurtleff, S. M., real estate, res Seventh, bet Henry 
and Chester, W. 0. 

SHUTT, GLAUS, farmor, Pleasanton 

Shwamp, W., plasterer, B. 

Sidden, Jas., carpenter, res 365 Second 

Sioba, Wm. A., instructor California Military Acad- 
emy, bet Telegraph Av and Broadway 

Siemor, D., pickle lactory, S. F., res Chester, bet 7th 
and 8th, W. 0. 

Siesbuttle, D., gun and locksmith, 364 Ninth 

Silberberg, Mrs. P., millinery and fancy goods, 618 
Twelfth, B. 

Silberborg.S., millinery and fancy goods, 618 Twelfth, 
B. 

Silva, John, barber, East Twelfth, B. 

Silva, Louis, plasterer, res Union, bet 22d and 24th, 
W. 0. 

Silva, Frank, seaman, res Campbell, bet Atlantic 
and Pacific, W. 0. 

Silvar, J., laborer, res Twenty-seventh, bet Grove 
and West 

Simmons, M., foreman Taylor & Co., 616 Second, res 
Eureka Hotel 

Simmons, M. G., carriage pointer, res Twenty-first, 
bat Telegraph Av and Broadway 

Simmons, 0., surveyor, res 277 Second 

Simmons, J. E., student, res 277 Second 

Simmons, Jas., Pleasure Gardens, Second and Har- 
rison 

Simmons, Thos. P., contractor, res SW cor Fifth and 
Filbert 

Simmons, R. B., C. P. R. R., res Henrv, bet 5th and 
7th, W. 0. 

SIMON, JOSEPH, proprietor of Zimmerman's Gar- 
dens, cor Harrison and Second 

Simonds, Geo., gardener, res Third bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Simpson, T. B. , res Telegraph Av> opp Locust 

Simpson, John, carpenter, res 764 Fifth 

Simpson, A. M., res SW cor Sixteenth and Grove 

Simpson, Jacob, carpenter, B. 

Simpson, A., carpenter, res 1 Atlantic, W. 0. 

Sims, J. W., carpenter and contractor, 316 Tenth 

Sims, G. W., carpenter, res 316 Tenth 

Simram, Fiank, farmor, SE cor Wood and Four- 
teenth, W. 0. 



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Sinclair, A. G., collector C. P. R. R., res Myrtle, bet 

7th and 8th 
Singon, E., laborer, res Lydip, bet Curtis and West 
fcinkwitz, G., bar keeper Becht's Saloon, Tenth, bet 

Broadway and Franklin 
Sinkwitz, A., bar keeper, res 410 Tenth 
Skiles, Henry A., carpenter, res Henry, bet 2d and 

3d, W. 0. 
Skinner, I. A., Oakland Water Co., res Clay, bet 

Sth and 9th 
Skinner, I. W., general business 
Skitch, Win., wheelwright, B. 
Slaten, M., car driver, B. 

Slate, F., teacher, res SE cor Seventeenth and Grove 
Slate, W. & Co., tinware, 1013 Broadway, res cor 

Grove and Seventeenth 
Slater, W. W.. telegraph operator, res Henry, nr 
I Seventh, \V. 0. 
Slatterv, Jas., seaman, res Fifteenth, bet 5th and 6th 

Avs, B. 
Slicer, Hugh, capitalist, res Third, bet Webster and 

Harrison 
Small, Mrs. E. T., res Campbell, bet Chase and 

Taylor 
Smallman, J. R., marble manufacturer Manhattan 

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SMILOW & McL,AURIN, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 

DEALERS IN 
PRODUCE, 1KI) GEKEKAL JOBBERS, 

CORNER OF 

Frntikiin ami CElEi Streets. Oakland. 



SMILOW & McLAURIN, wholesale and retail 

grocers, SE cor Eleventh and Franklin 
SMILOW, H. (Smilow & McLaurtnJ, res SE cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
SMITH, JOHN 0. N., carriage and wagon manuf, 

520 Seventh 
Smith. F. A., surveyor, res SE cor Thirteenth and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Smith, B. W., bookkeeper, res 1051 Tenth 
Smith. Edwin, engineer C. P. K. R., res Campbell, 

bet 7th and 8th, W. 0. 
Smith, Mrs. G. E., Eucalvptus Hall School, Elev- 
enth Av, bet 11th and 12th, B. 
Smith, Patrick, lumberman, res William, bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Smith, A. W. S., teamster, res Pine, bet Lincoln and 

Seward, W. 0. 
Smith. M. B., coal merchant, Pine, bet Lincoln and 

Seward. W. 0. 
Smith, W. H., miner, res 521 Third 
Smith, A. B., miner, res Market, bet 3d and 1th 
Smith, Sydney, res 728 Eighth 
Smith, Jas., cattle dealer, res 963 Seventh 
Smith, J. F., butcher, res Brush, bet 16th and 17th 
Smith, A. D. T., insurance agent, res MO Myrtle 
Smith, Theo., sea captain, res SW cor Eighth and 

Alice i 

Smith, Mrs. E. H., dross maker, res 503 Eleventh 
Smith, W. H., printer, res Alta House 
Smith, Leonard, laborer, res 668 Franklin 
Smith, Francis, carpenter, res Twenty-first, bet West 

and Brush 
Smith, Jas. H., cabinet maker, res 59 San Pablo Av 
Smith, S., real estate, res Filbert, bet 10th and 12th 
Smith, H. S., draftsman Surveyor-General's Office, 

res Brush, bet 10th and 11th 
Smith, 0. B., commission merchant, 123 Front, S. F., 

res Twelfth, nr NW cor Jefferson 
Smith, G. M. C., painter, SE cor Eleventh and 

Franklin 
Smith, B. F., res Webster, bet 11th and 10th 
Smith, C. H., gents' furnishing goods, Broadway, nr 

Ninth, res 521 Third 
Smith, S. E., clerk 0. H. Smith, res 521 Third 
Smith, Jacob, driver, beventh and Broadway, res 

Bartlet House 
Smith, Geo. E., real estate and Notary Public, cor 

Fifth and Broadway 
Smith. John W., barber and hairdresser, cor Third 

and Broadway 
Smith, Jas. R., proptr Overland House, cor First 

and liroadway 



Smith, W. II., grocer, res Central Block 
Smith, W. B., City Wharfinger pro tern 
Smith, Daniel, restaurant. Railroad Av., W. 0. 
Smith, Wm., laborer, res SE cor Fourth and Frank- 
lin 
Smith, J. P., capitalist, res cor Durant and Alice 
Smith, Stephen M., leather dealer, 545 Market, S. 

F., res Harrison, bet 14th and 16th 
Smith, Fred., saloonkeeper, 705 Jackson, cor 3d 
Smith, John, plasterer, res Telegraph Av, bet 23d 

and 24th 
Smith, G., carpenter, res Capitol Hotel 
Smith, Thos., merchant, res 32'i Fifth 
Smith, J. T., sea captain, res Sixteenth, bet 7th and 

8th Avs, B. 
Smith, Jos., draftsman County Surveyor's office 
Smith, S., real estate, 917 Broadway, res SE cor Fil- 
bert and West Tenth 
Smith, J., laborer, B. 
Smith. Isabella, laundress, B. 
Smithlan, Frank, carpenter, res 605 Washington 
Smyth, Saml., lodging house, 410 Tenth 
Snider, A., merchant, res Division, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Snook, Win. S., plumbor, res Taylor, bet Campbell 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Snow, W. II., cutter, 710 Montgomery, S. F., res 1091 

Third 
Sohst, Wm., blacksmith, res 850 W'ebster 
Sohst, Henry, blacksmith, res 859 Webster 
Solnro, Henry, res Third, bet Filbert and Myrtle 
Solinsky, F. J., painter, 911 Broadway, res State 

University, B. 
Somers, D. C, grocer, res Kirkham, bet Sth and 9th, 

W. 0. 
Som mars, W r . H., police officer, res Twentieth, bet 

Brush and Castro 
Sommor, S. M., ship master, res Thirteenth, bet 

Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Sorrensen, G., sawyer, res 605 Third 
Soraccr, T., miner and merchant, res No. 2 Atlantic, 

W. 0. 
Souffrain, Jas., cook, res NW cor Twenty-first and 

Curtis 
Soule, John, painter, res Eighth Av, bet 15th and 

16th, B. 
Spafford, J. M., commission merchant, 310 Clay, S. 

F., res cor Eleventh Av and Kighteenth, B. 
Spallman. Thos., dairyman, res Twelfth, bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Sparry, Austin, flour merchant, res NE cor Six- 
teenth and Jefferson 
Spaulding, Miss J. A., res cor Eighth Av and 

Seventeenth, B. 
Spear, Chas., plasterer, res 562 Eleventh 

Spear, , banker, S. F., res Eighth, West cor Oak 

Spec, Chas., plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 

Spencer, John, gas-fixtures, 467 Seventh, res SW cor 

Twenty-sixth and San Pablo Av 
Spencer, 0., carpenter, res 6th, bet Clay and Wash- 
ington, 0. • 
Spencer, M., milliner, 232 Twelfth 
Spencer, B., carpenter, res 816 Third 
Spencer, G. 0., expressman, res NW cor Eighth and 

Cypress, W. 0. 
Spencer, G. W., expressman, res NW cor Eighth 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Spengler, Jacob, baker, res 703 Washington 
Spelling, Chris., gardener, res 317 Eleventh 
Sperry, Frank, carpenter, res 306 Tenth 
Spiars, T. W. (Campbell A SpiarsJ , res NE cor 

Broadway and Eleventh 
Spiars, Mrs. F. W., lodging house, NE cor Broadway 

and Eleventh 
Splivalo it Co., grocery, 329 Twelfth 
Splivalo, S., grocery, 329 Twelfth 
Spreen, Chris., carpenter, res Twenty-seventh, bet 

West and Grove 
Springer, Ransome, lumber dealer, S. F., res Taylor, 

bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Sprinkle, John C, carpenter, res Sixteenth, bet 7th 

and Sth Avs, B. 
Sproule, A., capitalist, res 375 Second 
Sproule, The Misses, fancy dry goods, Broadway, opp 

City Hall, res Second, bet Franklin and Webster 
Spruanee, John, liquor dealer, 1014 Front, S. F., res 

907 Clay, cor Eighth 
Spruigston, Mrs. J., res Fourteenth, bet 10th and 11th 

Avs, B. 



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excelled by no Stable in Oakland. 

Gentlemen wishing Board for private teams, can feel 

assured of their receiving the best possible 

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Oakland Stone Manufactur'g Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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Squire, 0. D., mining secretary, B. 
Srague,G. W., carpenter, res 107 Third 
Prague, Walter, clerk, res 167 Third 
Stack, \Ym., contractor, res 270 rit'th 
£tackpole, 'thus., carriage painter, res 410 Tenth 
Btacey, J S., attorney at law, S. K., res 605 Tenth 
Stackhouse, Win., whitener, res7d0 Filth 
Stahlc, Chas., bakery, Broadway, bet 3d and 4th 
Stahr, C. C, brakeman C. P. K. K., res Twelfth, bet 

Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Staley, Jacob, carpenter, res 522 Eighth 
Stall, B. F., carpenter, res Lincoln, bet 2Sth and 

30th 
Stamp, J. B., baker, res Chestnut, bet 3d and 5th 
Standeford, D. AW, Oakland Planing Mill, res Es 

Market, bet loth and 16th 
Stanley, John A., judge, N\V cor Clay and Mont- 
gomery, S. F., res Jackson, bet loth and Lake 
Standeford, J. A., miner, res SAV cor Fifteenth and 

West 
Stanford, Wm. E., whitener, res 075 Tenth 
Stanton, T., laborer, res Twenty-seventh, bet West 

and Grove 
Stanley, A., insurance agent, res 823 Market 
Standeford, Win. W., Custom House, res NE cor Mar- 
ket and Fifteenth 
Stamford, Geo. B., printer, res 664 Tenth 
Staples, Seth M., lumberman, res 710 Brush 
Starkweather & Son, carpets and oil cloths, 1153 

Broauwav 
Starkweather, II. K., carpets and oil cloths, res 

Russell House, cor Broadway and Thirteenth 
Starkweather, W. P., carpets and oil cloths, res 

Russell House, cor Broadway and Thirteenth 
Stearns, Lvman, Market St. Station, res Myrtle, bet 

Third and Fifth 
Stearns, H. M., teacher Heald's Businoss College, 

res 1019 Eighth 
Steel. Mrs. A., res SW cor Telegraph Av and C'alo 

donia 
Steel, J as. H., diver, res Twenty-first, bet Market 

and Curtis 
Steel, Edward, importer, 208 California, S. F., res 

624 Sixth 
Steen, J. F., city deputy assessor, res Brown, bet 

Grove and West 
Steere, Henry, bookkeeper, B. 
Steere <fc Colby, general merchandise, cor Thirteenth 

Av and Fast Twelfth, B. 
Steere, Thus. F., merchant and postmaster, B. 
Stcffanoni, A., jeweler, 023 Broadway, res Charles, 

bet Telegraph and San Pablo Avs 
Steller, Paul, electrotyper, 417 Clay, S. F., res Kirk- 
ham, bet Sth and Oth, W. 0. 
Stephens, G. W., printer, office 621 Sansomo, S. F. 
Stephen, Edward 11., horse dealer, res $14 Harrison 
Sternutzky, C, carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 28th and 

30th 
Stewart. M. T., butcher, ros Fifteenth, bet 5th and 

Oth avs, B. 
Stewart, T. M., Stewart's Hotel, cor Broadway and 

Fifteenth 
Stewart, John, carpenter, res 311 Third 
Stewart, W. II., barber, Seventh, W. 0. 
St. ■unit. W. A., res 4US Thirteenth 
Steward, J. M., proptr Alta House, NYVcor Eighth 

and Washington 
Steward, A. W., clerk, res Adeline, botltth and ltith 
Stewart, Wm., porter, res Thirteenth, bet Kirkham 

and Center, W. U. 
Stevens, II. J., driver Whitney's Express, res cor 

>«'imh and Harrison 
Stevenson, Stanley, painter, res I'ourteenth, bet 

Broadway and Franklin 
Stevenson, F. B. & Co., importers china and glass- 
ware, 1062 Broadway 
Stevenson, A., plasterer, res 
Stevenson, F. W., boots and shoes, 1020 Broadway, 

res Thirteenth, bet Broadway and Franklin 
Stevenson, Harris, carpenter, res 361 Third 
Stevens, A. H., C. P. K. K., res Seventh, bet Union 

and Poplar, AV. 0. 
Stevens, C. J., speculator, res 267 Eighth 
Stevenson. Ja?., carpenter, res 701 Washington 
Stevens, Chas., laborer, res SW cor Cedar and Short, 

W. U. 
Stevens, II. J., expressman, res 200 Ninth 
Stevenson, A., plasterer, res Franklin, bet Oth and 

7th 



Still, W., picture peddler, res cor Eighth Av. and 

Fifteenth, B. 
Stilley. II. G., carpenter, res Lincoln, nr Center 
Stilwell, B. F., genera] collector, 007 Broadway, res 

Eighth, bet Broadway and Washington 
St. Joseph's Academy, Chi istian Brothers, Madison, 

bet 4th and .",th 
Stock weather, Mrs. A. II., dress maker, SE cor Lydia 

and Market 
Stoddard, A. M., builder, res Wood, bet Lincoln and 

Twelfth, W. 0. 
Stoddart, C. P., brakeman, res Thirteenth Av, B. 
Stoel, N., capitalist, res Market, bet 28th and :0th 
Stokes, Jas. B., gardener, res Brush, bet 17th and 

18th 
Stokes, Wm., architect, res Sixteenth, bet Brush 

and Castro 
Stul/., Jacob, butcher Wm. Nolle 
Stone, Mrs. E. P., physician, 1068 Bdwy, room 27 
Stone, Geo., res Twelfth, bet Grove and Jefferson 
Stone, Mrs. Dr. E. Pfeiffor, res Twelfth, bot Grove 

and Jefferson 
Stone, J. L., carpenter, res 502 Fourth 
Story, L., capitalist, 317 Washington, S. F., res Alice, 

bet 14th and H>th 
Storrs, Mrs. E., res SW cor West and Sixteenth 
Story, Geo., lumberman, res Sixteenth, bet Cypress 

and Kirkham, W. U. 
Stout, Jos. G., teamster, res 307 Third 
Stoughton, H., laborer, res Filth, bet Henry and 

Lewis, W. 0. 
Stout, ,1. M., foreman C. P. R. R., res Pearson, nr 

Taylor, W. 0. 
Stranahan, Mrs. E. G., res 838 Market 
Stratton, Jas., principal Prescott School, res Twelfth, 

bet Market and West 

Stratton, , surveyor, B. 

Straud, Lewis, carpenter, B. 

Street & Vogt, saloon, NE cor Eleventh and 

Franklin 
Street, W. (Street & Vogt) , res cor Eleventh and 

Franklin 
Strechaur, Chas., machinist, ros Center, bet Sth and 

7th, W. U. 
Strickland & Co., books and stationery, 1061 Bdwy 
Strickland, W., books and stationery, 1051 Broad- 
way, res cor Telegraph Av and William 
Striker, J. W., engineer C. P. R. R., res Chase, bet 

Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Striker, Mrs. R., res Chase, bet Wood and Willow, 

W. 0. 
Strong, W. R., res Castro, bet 17th and ISth 
Strong, Geo., res Eighth, bet Campbell and Peralta, 

W. 0. 
Strong, E., carpenter, res AVood. bet Taylor and 

Seward, AV. 0. 
Stuart, !»., Eighth, nr Broadway 
Stuart, Henry \V., furniture store 
STUBBS, GEO. A., livery, sale and feed stable, cor 

Franklin and Second 
Studerus, .John, aged, B. 
Sturges, F. S., salesman Murphy, Grants Co., S. F., 

res 75S Castro 
Sturvell, John, carpenter, res Twenty-first, bet Mar- 
ket and Curtis 
Sternitzkv, Bobt., carpenter and cabinetmaker, 470 

Eighth 
Stulz, C, barber, Bailroad Av, W. 0. 
Sublette, Wm., sea captain, res Tenth Av, bet 16th 

and 17th, B. 
Sueell. Walter, house mover, res Twenty-second. cor 

Curtis 
Sugrue, Patrick, laborer, res Chester, bet 3d and 

Sth, AV. 0. 
Sullivan, AA'm.. J., weighor, res Taylor, bet AA'ood 

and Pine, W.O. 
Sullivan, Hobt., carpenter, res AVillow, bet Eighth 

and Chase, AV. 0. 
Sullivan, C, watchman C. P. R. R., res NAY cor 

Sixteenth and Cypress, W. 0. 
Sullivan, M., blacksmith, B. 
Sullivan, C, laborer, res Campbell, nr Sth, AV. 0. 
Sullivan, AV. C, capitalist, res 821 Filbert 
Sullivan, J. C, editor Oakland yews, res 770 Thir- 
teenth 
Sullivan, Jas., teamster, SW cor Ninth and Franklin 
Sullivan, Mrs. B. dressmaker, res Logan, bet Tele- 
graph Av and Grove 
Sullivan, Edward, baker, res 419 Tenth 



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Sullivan, Jas., laborer, ros Magnolia, bot 1st and 

3d, W. 0. 
Sullivan, Denis, res cor Fifth and Jnckson 
Sulhvan & Farley, marblo works, cor Broadway and 

Fourteenth 
Sullivan, Jas., marble works, cor Broadway and 

Fourteenth, res cor San Pablo Av and Locust 
Sullivan, W. v., marble cutter, res Locust, bet Grove 

and San Pablo Av 
Sullivan, P. J., marble cutter, cor Second and Bdwy 
Sumner, C. R., res illii Market 

Sumner, J. H., principal Irving Grammar School, 
I res El jventh Av, bet 14th and 15th, B. 
Sunol, J. i>., clerk F. Forbes, W. 0. 
Surrey, Jas., plasterer, res Filbert, bot 2Sth and 

ypth 
Surryhne, E., wood and coal, res SE cor Short and 

Cedar, W. U. 
Surryhne & Co., wood, coal and feed, Division, nr 

Lay, W. U. 
Surryhne, L, iron moulder, res 9(59 Castro 
Surryhne, Win., real estate, 95b' Broadway, res Ade- 
line 
Suart, D., boot and shoe store, 903 Broadway, res 

Washington, bet i'th and 10th 
Sutherland, G. 11., plumber, B. 
Sutherland, A., carpenter, Sixteenth, bet 7th and 

Sth, B. 
Sutton, David, reti/ed soa captain, res Telegraph 

Av, opp Morrimac PI 
Sutton, \\ . F., C. r. K. 11., res Goss, bot Pine and 

Wood, W.O. 
Svenson, John, carpenter, res William, bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. U. 
Svenson, Victor, carpenter, res William, bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. U. 
Svenson, John, carpentor, res Bay, bet Goss and 

Short, W. U. 
Swain, 11., res 814 Brush 

Swale, Barry, engraver, 958 Broadway, res Twenty- 
second and Telegraph Av 
Swansen, Peter, carpenter, res Willow, bet Lincoln 

and Seward 
Swanson, J., carpenter, res Twenty-fifth, bot Tele- 
graph Av and Broadway 
Swansen, W., confectioner, res Twenty-fifth, bet 

Telegraph Av and New Broadway 
Swartz, John, wheelwright, B. 
Swarbrick, Kobt., Terry's Mill, res SE cor Third 

and Castro 
Swas, Antonius, shoe maker, B. 
Swoatt, L. A., carpenter 
Sweatt, Daniel C, turner, res Third, bet Alice and 

Jackson 
Sweatt, Jos. M., carpenter, res Third, bet Alice and 

Jackson 
Sweet, A. J., tanner and currier, B. 
Sweny, Bonj., machinist, res Twenty-second, cor 

Curtis 
SWETT, A. W., livery stable, Commerce, B. 
Swinebomo & iieardsley, contractors and builders, 

1)07 Broadway 
Swineborne, J. C, contractor and builder, 907 Broad- 
way 
Syinnies, David, bookkeeper, B. 
Syours, John, carpet layer, res Twenty-sixth, bet 

Grove and West 
Taber, , grocer, S. P., res Linden, bet 8th and 

10th 
Taber, I. W., photographer, S. F., res Harrison, bet 

loth and l(sth 
Taggait, Grant I., real estate agent, 400 and 408 

Eighth, res E s Franklin, nr loth 
Tahoney, P., seaman, res Thirteenth, bot Kirkham 

and Center, W. (J. 
Talluian, Geo. S., groceries and provisions, Berkeley 
Tallman, 'Ihos. Y., druggist, 913 Broadway 
Talty, Peter, watchman C. P. K. K., res Taylor, bet 

Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Tapia, Miss Emma, res Brown, bet Grove and West 
Tasney, J. F., teamster, res Market, bet 4th and 5th 
Tate, Geo. N., res Seventeenth, bet Market and 

West 
Tate, Alonzo, tinsmith, Railroad Av, W. 0. 
Tatterson, Mrs. M. A., millinery, 1003 Broadway 
Tay, J. 1., sewing-machine agent, res SE cor Elev- 
enth and Brush 
Tay, John 1., agent Howe Sewing Machine, 965 

Broadway, res cor Eleventh and Brush 




TAYLOR, JOHN, carpenter and contractor, B. 

Taylor, Mrs. M. A., res Clay, bet 15th and 40th 

Taylor, Geo., pound master, res xVlarket, bet ictth and 
20th 

Taylow, L. W., manuf medicines, res 813 Brush 

Taylor, E. P., clerk, res Sixteenth, bot Jefferson and 
Clay 

Taylor, P. W., collector, 007 Montgomery, S. F., res 
9oii Grove 

Taylor, Chas. L., ros 710 Fourteenth 

Taylor, L. \V., carpenter, res 708 Fifth 

Taylor, Win., grain merchant, S. F., res NE cor Tel- 
egraph Av and Bay PI 

Taylor, Mrs. E. J., res Twenty-fifth, bet Telegraph 
Av and Broadway 

Taylor, Chauncy, lumber merchant, res 704 Eighth, 
cor Castro 

Taylor, Edward P., clerk Chas. Taylor, res Six- 
teenth, bet Clay and Jeilerson 

Taylor, John (JJliven tfc Taylor), res Franklin, bet 
lath and 14th 

Taylor, F. L., architect, 302 y Montgomery, S. F., res 
071 Washington 

Taylor, Chas. L., carpets and paper hanger, 1000 
Broadway 

Taylor, John, toamster, res 005 Webster 

Tajlor, Jas., lawyer, Cs. F., ros Webster, bet 17th 
and Durant 

Taylor, B. B., res SW cor Broadway and Twenty- 
second 

Taylor k ., tinsmith, res Goss, bet Pino and Wood, 
W. U. 

Taylor, Byron I., carpenter, res Wood, bet Seward 
and Lincoln, W. O. 

Taylor, E., clerk, res Willow, bet Lincoln and 
Seward, W. O. 

Taylor, Win. M., house mover, res Linden, bet 12th 
and 14th 

Taylor, \V. L., salesman, 955 Broadway, res cor Fif- 
teenth and Eleventh Av, B. 

Taylor t v, Co., lumber dealers, cor First and Wash- 
ington 

Taylor, C, lumber dealer, cor First and Washing- 
ton, res cor Eighth and Castro 

Taylor, Win. W aid, foreman Merritt, res Tomescal 

Taylor, John, blacksmith, 819 Franklin 

Taylor, W in., vegetable dealer, 830 Franklin 

Taylor, D. C, draftsman, res Walton, bot San Pablo 
Av and Market 

Taylor, A. E., painter, res junction Magnolia and 
forjilta 

Taylor, E. T., liquor dealer, ros NE cor Willow and 
Seward, W. U. 

Teas, Mrs. M. E., ros 300 Eighth 

Tegstrop, Anna, domestic Centennial House 

Tehan, David, moulder, res Filbert, bet22d and 24th 

Teuney, W. A., clergyman, res Brown, bet Grove 
and Telegiaph Av 

Tennsen, Mrs. ^n. J., res NE cor Third and Franklin 

Teeple, Geo., brakeman C. P. R. R., res William, bet 
U ood and Willow, W. 0. 

Terber, — -, commission merchant, res 920 Filbert 

Terry, Benj., carpenter, res Alta House 

Terry, C. P., clerk, res N W cor Wood and Taylor, 
W. U. 

Toisseire, Armand, artist, res Kirkham, bet 5th and 
7th, W. O. 

Tovlin, P., laborer, ros Henry, bet 3d and 5th, W. 0. 

Thacker, X. W., .Nevada Market, cor Third and Fil- 
bert 

Tharsing, IL, gardener R. Ough, B. 

Thatcher, Theo., machinist, res William, bet Wood 
and Pine, W. O. 

Thayer, E., saloon keeper, res Sixteenth, bot Grove 
and Jefferson 

Theobald, Harry, manager Merritt Boat House 

Thorn, Geo., carpenter, res Willow, bet 7th and 8th, 
W. O. 

Thomas, W. D., police officer, 503 East Eleventh, B. 



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Carriage Steps, at P. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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Thomas, Ellis, plumber, B. 

Thomas, F. F., mining supt, res 1059 Washington 

Thomas, Geo. E., clerk, res 307 Third 

Thomas, Joel L., salesman Waterhouse & Lester, 

S. F., res 814 Myrtle 
Thomas F. E., coal and wood yard, 413 Tenth, res 

415 Tenth I 

Thomas, Miss Mary, teacher. Oak, bet 10th and 11th 
Thomas, W. P., Home Mutual Ins. Co., res 3(52 

Ninth 
Thomas, E. J., hotel proptr, res S\V cor Eleventh and 

Franklin 
Thompson, Thos., pile driver, res Fifteenth, bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham. W. 0. 
Thompson, John, seaman, res cor Center and Third, 

W.O. 
Thompson, Jno., clergyman, res Franklin, bet 17th 

and 18th 
Thompson, Chas., bar tender, 851 Broadway 
Thomson, Arthur B., notary public and bookkeeper, 

res XE cor Fifth and Myrtle 
Thompson, 0. H., carpenter, res Ninth Av, bet loth 

and 17th, B. 
Thompson, Mrs. A. L. 

Thompson, C. W., res Ninth Av, bet 10th and 17th, B. 
Thompson, J. E., plasterer, res Jackson, bet 2d and 

3d 
Thompson, John, baker, 910 Broadway, res Sixth, 

bet J efferson and Clay 
Thompson, L>. W. C, res NWcor Market and Tenth 
Thompson, Harry, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
Thompson, Mrs. Mary, res Second, bet Washington 

and Clay 
Thompson, Wm., clerk, res Twenty-second, bet Cur- 
tis and West 
Thompson, X. J., builder, res 862 Castro 
Thompson, A. L., clerk, res St>2 Castro 
Thompson, A., druggist, res F'ourth, bet Brush and 

Castro 
Thompson, J. B., foreman spinning department, B. 
Thomson, Saml., agent Union Ins. Co., res 1013 

Washington 
Thorn, Chas., moulder, res Twenty-seventh, bet 

West and Grove 
Thorn, Jas., cook, res 527 Seventh 

Thornberg, •, res S\V cor Chester and Peralta, 

W. U. 
Thomson, J. S., secretary Industrial School, S. F. 
Thorsen, Mrs. M., res 658 '1 hird 
Thornton, Proen, laborer, res Chestnut, bet 24th and 

26th 
Thornton, A. W., physician, ros 852 Castro 
Thurman, John \V., soap manufacturer, res Taylor, 

bet Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Thurnagel, C, fruit peddler, B. 

Thorse, J. P., clerk, Tenth and Broadway, res Es 
Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 

Thurston, Miss , dress maker, res 475 Sixth 

Thurston, E. T., agent Victor S. Machine, res 1002 
Third 

Thyer, , bookkeeper, res Seventh, bet Union and 

Magnolia, W. 0. 
Thyer, A. £., commission agent, res Pearson, nr 

Taylor, W. 0. 
Tibbals, J. S., contractor, res 512 Ninth 
Tiffany, B. P., agent Burglar Alarms, 107 Stockton, 

S. F., res San Pablo Av, bet 18th and 19th 
Tilison, F. M., res Sol Maiket 
Tilly, Mrs. G. H., res 967 Washington 
Tinkham, M. M., livery stable, Twelfth, bet Frank- 
lin and Webster, res Franklin, bet 15th and loth 
Tisch, David, nurseryman, res Bay PI, bet Tel- 
egraph Av and Sew Broadway 
Titcomb, W. A., cigar dealer, NE cor Ninth and 

Broadway 
Todd, J. C, architect, res Grove, head Caledonia Av 
Tolmie, Geo., C. P. Ft. R., res Goss, bet Pine and 

Wood, W. U. 
Tompkins, Fred., lawyer, res 514 Tenth 
Tompkins, C., res Seventeenth, bet Jefferson and 

Clay 
Tompkins, Mrs. A. H., millinery, Broadway, nr 15th 
Tompkins, Jos., jeweler, 1230 Broadway 
Tompkins, Mrs., milliner, 1230 Broadway 
Toohey, J. P., with C. P. R. R., res Division, bet 

Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Toohig, Jas., carpenter, res 617 Tenth 
Torrey, J. M., res 124 Eleventh 
Torey, D., shoo maker, 905 Broadway 



Tossard, A., collector, ros SE cor Thirt enth and 

Peralta, W. 0. 
Toumv, Dennis, teamster, res Elm, bet Grove and 

San Pablo Av 
Touehard, G., insurance, res 1077 Eighth 
Towle, John F., shaper, res Filbert, bet 2*th and 30th 
Tower, B. S. I F. R. Stevenson d.- Co. J 
Town, Mrs. Margaret, res Fourteenth, bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Towno, Wm. 11., photographer, res Linden, bet 14th 

and loth* 
Towne, P. A., carpenter, res Cedar, bet 7th and Goss, 

\V. 0. 
Townley, C. E., with C. P. R. R., res SW cor Alice 

and Jackson 
Townsend, II. C, carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 

24th 
Townsend, R., carpenter, res Seventeenth, bet Grove 

and J efferson 
Townsend, Jas. N., stock broker, res 71o Fourteenth 
Townsend. C, laborer, res Grove, bet Alden and Syc- 
amore 
Tozer, Chas. II., res 627 Third 
Tracy, Wm., helper, B. 

Travers, E. W., ship broker, res 917 Jefferson 
Traver, P. L., met chant, res Eleventh Av, bet 15th 

and 1Mb, B. 
Traynor, Thos. E., plumber, res 566 Filth 



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reasonable rates and satisfaction guaranteed. 

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TRAXLER, R. P., contractor, res cor Eleventh and 
Washington 

Treadwell, G. A., mining secretary, res Sycamore, 
bet Grove and Telegraph Av 

Treat, Webster, res 027 Fourteenth 

Treat, Chas., carpenter, res Short, nr Cedar, W. 0. 

Treat, D. W., ear builder, res 4 Atlantic, W. 0. 

Trefethen, E. A., bookkeeper C. P. R. 11., res Wil- 
low, bet Lincoln and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Trelute, L., fireman, res B. 

Treloar, Wm., carpenter, res cor Seventh and Henry, 
W. 0. 

Trembley, J. B., physician, res NW cor Eighth and 
Myrtle 

Tremble, Mrs. Mary, res Third, bet Alice and Jack- 
son 

Trembley, M.D., J. B., 921 Broadway 

Thiitt, E. A., dressmaker, B. 

Tripp, D. K., res b7 Twelith, B. 

Trost, G., barber, 1011 Broadway 

Twombly, C. H., teller Bank of Oakland, 069 Broad- 
way, res 1115 Webster 

Trescott, J. C. Eldorado Livery Stable, 405 Twelfth, 
res NW cor Seventeenth and San Pablo Av 

True, G. II., clerk, B. 

Tuchs, P., blacksmith, res Chester, bet 10th and 12th, 

w. o. 

Tucker, W. J., salesman, res Filbert, bet 28th and 
30th 

Tucker, Theophilous, plasterer, res SE cor Twenty- 
seventh and San Pablo Av 

Tucker, Mrs. , teacher, B. 

Tucker, J. C, retired physician, res San Pablo Av, 
opp Hobart 

Tucker, J. W., druggist, Railroad Av, W. 0. 

Tucky, John, gardener, res Twenty-first, bet Market 
and Curl is 

Tully, Barnard, carpenter, res Railroad Av, W. 0. 

Tullock, Jas., miner, NE cor Twelith and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Turn, Sudun & Co.. general merchandise, cor Twelfth 
and Fourteenth Av, B. 

Turn, Suden, H., merchant, cor Sixteenth and Thir- 
teenth Av, B. 

Turbine Wind Mill Co., Second, bet Washington and 
Broadway 

T. P. TURN DULL, sign and carriage painter, over 
Davis & Bro.'s blacksmith shop, res Myrtle, bet 
22d and 24th, W. 0. 

Turnbull, W., broker, res 102J Sixth Av, B. 



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TIIF, BUCKEYE MOWKR, BtCKEYE SEI.,F-R*TCE REAPER. 

We could print, had we the space, several thousands of Testimonials from Fakmkrs of California who have 
used the Buckeye Midline. Hundreds of thousands of Farmers who have purchased them during the past 
nineteen vears, In ite in pronouncing them the " Most Perfect," " Most Keliable," " Most Durable Harvester ever 
built." The Buckeye is the IjEAUINU HARVESTER OF THE WOREiSJt! Its superior 

merits have been substantiated in the field, aud its lame is universal. 

THE REGULATOR 

WIN© JIB. «*Ij 

Is unequaled for beau- 
ty, simplicity, durabil- 
ity and power. 1 1 is so 
consti ucted as to run 
in a lighter breeze than 
other mills. It regu 
,tes itself, and runs 
about the same wheth- 
er in high winds or 
moderate. A wind of 
sufficient force to in- 
jure other mills will 
throw the Regulating 
Vane of this Mill down 
and thus turn the 
wheel edgewise to the 
wind. The greater the 
force of the hurricane 
the less sail-surface of 
the wheel is exposed, 
and it thus protects it- 
self against the wreck 
to which other mills 
ire liable. 




the .s«'«iiu ti'l<er \t» &«;«..■ <* 
For more than thirty years has been the favorite 
Wagon wilb Farmers, Freighters, Planters and the 
Public. It Is superior in Strength, Durability and 
Lightness to any other Wagon. It is warranted to 
rim lighter, wear longer, and afford better satisfac- 
tion than any wagon in America. The Best is always 

the ( Iheapest in the"end, and buyers should look to 

their interest when purchasing a wagon, to get one 
thai is well made and of the best materials; one thai 

is no experiment, but that has an established repu- 
tation for excellency. 





THE DJERE GANG PLOW 

Is too well known to require 

any particular or extended 

mention of its excellencies. 

There are several thousands of] 

them in operation on this coast 

eaeb of them working out a better reputation than could lie written 

for them. They are simple, strong, durable; have Iron Beams, Iron 

Frames and Iron Wheels, and are guaranteed in all esseniial points 

supt rim to any other dang Plow made. They have no complications 

of heveis or Gearing. Also Ascitis for 



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m jRice's Straw Burner Engines, and 
1/ .'Dederick's Perpetual Hay Presses. 

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Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 6S7 E. 12th St., E. 



7. CHAFPELLET, Asphaltuni Sidewalks and Hoofing, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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Turner, John, saloon, 851 Broadway, res Washing- 
ton, nr 11th 

Turner, G. H., conductor C. P. R. R.,resSE cor Wil- 
low and Atlantic, W r . O. 

Turner, Mrs. Maria, nurse, res 372 Second 

Turner, Edward, enginoer, res 372 Second 

Turner, K. M., farmer, res NE cor Ninth and Jack- 
son 

Turner, W. E., lawyer, res Market, bet 16th and 18th 

Tusher, Fred'k, 0. P. R. R., res Willow, bet Chase 
and Taylor, W. 0. 

Tuthill, S. V. R., carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 
21th 

Tuttle, E. D., bookkeeper, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 
5th 

Tuttle, Chas., law student, res SW cor Charter and 
Telegraph Av 

Tuttle, U. A., lawyer, res SW cor Charter and Tele- 
graph Av 

Tuuiuy, Edward, seaman, res Pacific, bet Campbell 
and Willow, W. 0. 

Twogood, 1\, res Eleventh, bet Brush and Castro 

Tye, Win., carpenter, res Twenty-eighth, bet Eilbert 
and Myrtle 

Tye, John, stair builder, res Twenty-eighth, bet Fil- 
bert and Myrtle 

Tyler, , tinsmith C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bet 

Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Tyler, Edward, steward, res Chester, bet 6th and 7th 

Tyler, F. 11., clerk, res 910 Filbert 

Tyler, S. H., baking powder, etc, res 910 Filbert 

Tyrenn, Patrick, car repairer, res Lewis, nr Third, 
W. 0. 

Tyrrell, Edgar, hostler Kolsey Stable 

Tyson, Airs. S., res Alden, bet San Pablo Av and 
West 

Tyson, J. L., teamster, res SE oor Twenty-second 
and Telegraph Av 

Umlautf it Weis, bakery, Broadway, bet 3d and 4th 

Umlauff, P., baKery, Broadway, bet 3d and 4th 

Underwood, H. L»., bookkeeper, res Lincoln, bet 
Wood and Willow, W. U. 

Underwood, Ira, contractor, res NE cor Wood and 
Taylor, W. U. 

Underwood, H. 1)., bookkeeper, Railroad Av, res S s 
Lincoln, bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Underwood, G. S., carpenter, res 710 W'ebster 

Uplinger, K., undertaker, res 909 Alico 

Uplinger, Richard, cabinetmaker, res 408 Eighth 

Upton, Malon, teller Pacific Bank, S. F., res Clay, 
bet 16th and 17th 

Urbach, 1., shoe maker, res 43 San Pablo Av 

Vale, Michael, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Vale, y.ach., res Goss, bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Vale, Mrs. R., res Filth, bet Chester and Center, 
W. U. 

Valleau, John, carpenter, res 1120 Washington 

Vale, ilobt., wharfinger, res Gross, bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

Valley, 11., stocic speculator, res 476 Third 

Vanvarsdale, Wm., mining engineer, res Tenth Av, 
bet liith and 17th, B. 

Van Amringe, John, bookkeeper, B. 

Vanderbilt, R., painter, 86;) Broadway 

Vandensberg, , supt A. & P. Telegraph Co., res 

Adeline, bet 10th and 12th 

VAN OEM ARK, WM., teacher of elocution, 462 
Twelfth 

Vane, Jas., foreman Robt. Dalziel, plumber, res 
North Broadway, bet, 20th and 21st 

Vane, J. W., plumber, res Grove, bet 16th and 17th 

Van Hallren, Peter, NW cor Second and Jackson 

Van Noorden, Wm. F., clerk, 459 Seventh 

Vanpelt, Wm. A., waiter, restaurant, 838 Broadway, 
res Washington, nr 5th 

Vanslyko, , traveling agent Sherman & Hyde, 

S. F., res 1376 Franklin 

Vantassel, , carpenter, res Wood, bet Seward 

and Lincoln, W. 0. 



R. J. VAN VOORHIES & CO., 

Successors to Mack Webber, 



Cor. 11th and Brcaiway Streets, OAKLAND. 
Eesidence, Telegraph Avenue, between 21st & 22nd Sts. 
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully prepared at all hours. 



VAN VOORHIES & CO., R. J., apothecaries, cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
Van Voorhies, R. J., apothecary, cor Eleventh and 

Broadway, res Telegraph Av, bet 22d and 23d 
Vanvleet, E. J., U. S. Mint, res 1053 Alice 
Vanvrankin, Benj., carpenter, res Fifteenth, bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Vanwinkle, Mrs. E., res 408 Thirteenth 

Vanwyck, , physician, 021 Broadway 

Vasburg, F. J., barber, res 811 Filbert 

Vaughn, S., carpenter, res Seward, cor Campbell, 

W. O. 
Vaughn & Fuhr, Grand Central Hotel, Twelfth 
Vaughn, M. H., Grand Central Hotel, Twelfth 
Voasy, Edward, porter Palace Hotel, res 831 Seventh 
Veming & TrasK, saloon keepers, East Twelfth, B. 
Veming, John, saloon keeper, East Twelfth, L. 
Veirs, J. E., accountant, res Campbell, bet 7th and 

6th, W. U. 
Voitch, Wm., capitalist, res 960 Jefferson' 
Verhave, A., physician and surgeon, 970 Broadway 
Vernon, G. R., stock broker, S. F., res Fifteenth, 

bet Jefferson and Clay 
Vickers, Win., clerk NW cor Jefforson and Third, 

res same 
Viel, A. J., res NW cor Webster and Eighth 
Vincent, A., carpenter, res Twenty-eighth, bet Fil- 
bert and Linden 
Vining, Geo. H., expressman, res Charter, bet San 

Pablo and Telegraph Avs 
Vinnicomb, Miss A., teacher singing and piano, 259 

Twelfth 
Vinzent. Chas., stock broker, res Fifth Av, bet 9th 

and luth. B. 
Voelker, Mrs. A. C, res 1376, Franklin 
Vogetsanger & Burgcline, butchers, Market, nr 12th 
Vogotsanger, M., butcher, res Thirteenth, bet West 

and Market 
Vogol, John, grocer, cor Fifth and Lewis, res cor 

Fifth and Lewis, W. 0. 
Vogt, Wm-, carpenter, res Linden, bet 5th and 7th 
Vogt, David, saloon keeper, SE cor Eleventh and 

Franklin, res 808 Jefferson 
Voice, Chas. H., architect, res 1014 Webster 
Valke, Jas. 11., mattress maker 
VON GLAHN, J. F., grocer, cor Center and Rail- 
road Av, W. 0. 
Voorhies, V. F., painter, res Webster, bet Oth and 

7th 
Voorhies, Eugene, painter, SE cor Seventh and 

Webster 
Vorhies, Mrs. M., res 811 Brush 
Vonhies, Wm. V r an, attorney, Cosmopolitan Building 
Vosburg, Mrs. C. M., res junction Market and San 

Pablo Av 
Voslender, H., shoemaker, B. 

Wachs, a. N., dry goods, 1017 Broadway, res Broad- 
way, bet 14th and loth 
Wade, J. L., press foreman, B. 
Wade, S. H., printer, res cor Eleventh Av and Eigh- 
teenth, B. 
Wade, Thos., dentist, S. F., res cor Seventeenth and 

Ninth Av. B. 
Wager, L., carriage maker, S. F., res 359 Eleventh 
Wagner, John, whitener, res 216 Eighth 
Wagner, Wm., res SW cor Campbell and Eighth, 

W. O. 
Wahl, M., La Grand Laundry, S. F., res Eighth, bet 

Wood and Fine, W. U. 
Wain wright, John, salesman Glasgow Foundry, S. F., 

res Lincoln, bet W r ood and Pine 
Wainwright, Mrs. Mary, res 702 Brush 
Waitt, A. C, bookkeeper, res Tenth, bet Harrison 

and Alico 
Waite, C, builder, res SE cor Twenty-seventh and 

San Pablo Av 
Waitt, A. C, bookkeeper, res 277 Tenth 
Waitt, Alfred, clerk, res 277 Tenth 
Wakefield, A. T., clerk, 971 Broadway, res Edward, 

North Telegraph Av 
Wakefield, Chas., res cor Eighth Av and Fifteenth, B. 
Wakefield, L. H., speculator, res 33U Seventeenth, B. 
Walcott, E. E., res NE cor Goss and Pine, W. O. 
Walfalort, Chas., harness maker, 11 Broadway, res 

Stewart Hotel 
Walker, Jas., carpenter, res Jefferson, bet 2d and 3d 
Walker, Robt., printer, res cor TJaird Av and 

Twelfth, B. 
Walker, W., bookkeeper Pionoer Mill, res 1001 Third 



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Bouquets, Flower Baskets, Wreaths, Etc 



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alker, Robt., carpenter, res Twenty-second, bet 

Curtis and West 
alker, A., res Chester, bet 9th and 10th, W. 0. 
alker, Sterry, dairyman, res Seventeenth, bet 

Brush and West 
alker, J. K., watchman C. P. R. R., res Lewis, bet 

:sd and 5th, W. 0. 
alker, K., carpenter, res Twenty-second, bet West 
and Brush 
Walker, T. L., insurance agent, 1007 Broadway, NE 

cor V alley and Twonty-tifth 
Walker, J. M., stockbroker, Nevada Block, S. F., 
[ res Maddison, bot 11th and 12th 
Walker, Jas. G., liquor dealer, res Chaster, bet 9th 
and 10th, W. O. 

WALKER & NOYES, 

Architects, Contractors & Builders. 

Jobbing promptly attended to, and executed in a 
workmanlike manner. 

Broolilyn, Ceil. 



WALKER, G. M., carpenter and contractor, cor 

East Sixtoonth and Twenty-first Av, B. 
Walker, C. EL, photographer, B. 
Wall, Benj. P., medical student, res NW cor Brown 

and West 
Wall, J. S., commission merchant, 302 Davis, S. F., 

res 905 Clay 
Wallace, C. II., with C. P. R. R., res 762 Sixth 
Waller, A. W., carpenter, res SW cor Lydia and 

Curtis 

Wallace, R. B., res 364 Tenth 
Wallace, E., teamster, B. 
Wallace, J. F., printer, res Wood, bet Lincoln and 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Wallace, J. W., salesman, 951 Broadway, res Fourth, 

bet Alice and Jackson 
Walsh, Patrick, lather, res Twelfth, bot Kirkham 

and Center 
Walsh, Martin, lather, res Twelfth, bet Kirkham 

and Center 
Walsh, D. F., bricklayer, res Twenty-fourth, bot 

Telegraph Av and Valley 
Walsh, Morris, painter, res Railroad Av, betPeralta 

and Henry, W. O. 
Walsh, C-i plumber, res cor Twenty-sixth and Union, 

W. O. 
Walter, W. A. ( Shakespear & Walter), res 606 Four- 
teenth 
Walter, Bernard, lumberman, res Henry, bet 6th 

and 7th, W. U. 
Waller, A. \V., carpenter, res SW cor Curtis and 

Lydia 
Waltham, C. F., printer Oakland Daily Transcript, 

911 Broadway, res 365 Ninth 
Walrath, R. II., bookkeeper Dupont Powder Works, 

res 915 Jackson 
Waltz, Win., carpenter and contractor, B. 
Wand, T. N., res 9th, bet Chester and Peralta, W. O. 
Wands, Mrs. M. J., res Sixteenth, bet Jefferson and 
Clay 

Wandosforde, , portrait painter, res Sycamore, 

bet Grove and Telegraph Av 
Waner, S. H., printer, 911 Bdwy, res Telegraph Av 
Wantzel, Frank, carpets, res Twenty-fourth, bet 

Telegraph Av and Valley 
Warbass, Mrs. M. C, res Thirteenth, bet Clay and 

Washington 
Ward, D. H., retired, res Lake, opp Madison 
Ward, Mrs. E., milliner, Centennial Building, cor 

Fourteenth and Clay 
Ward, Thos., gardener, res cor Campbell and Chase, 

W. 0. 
Ward, Chas., clerk, res Fourteenth, bet Washington 

and Clay 
Ward, W. M., carpenter, res Myrtle, bet 22d and 

24th 
Ward, John, plasterer, res Filbert, bet 24th and 26th 

Wardsworth, , with Wells, Fargo & Co., res Knox 

House 
Ware, C. P., bookkeeper Dalz k Miller, 1147 Broad- 
way, res Wilcox Block 
Warner, A. K., capitalist, res cor Sixteenth and 
Eleventh Av, B. 



Warmer, N. R., carpenter and contractor, B. 
Warner, J., dentist, res Walton, bot Grove and West 
Warner, A. K., planing mill, B. 
Warren, E. W., res cor Eighth Av and Seventeenth, 

B. 
Warren, Geo. A., U. S. Mint, res Seventeenth, bet 

Market and West 
Warren, E. H., clerk, B. 

Warren, 0. P., physician, res and office, 420 Four- 
teenth 
Warrent, John, hostler, res 914 Harrison 
Warrington, S., boot and shoe maker, 470 Eighth 
Warston, F. A., saddler, res Campbell, bet Lincoln 

and 12th, W. 0. 
Warton, Mrs. M., dealer in ladies' hair, 960 Wash- 
ington 
Washington, Jas., barber, 962 1 4 Broadway, res Sixth, 

betBroadway and Franklin 
Waterman, E. K., tinner, B. 
Waters, Mrs. Mary, res 963 Webster 
Watkins, P., watchman C. P. R. R., res Willow, bet 

Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
Watkinson, II., bookkeeper Contra Costa Water Co., 

45S Eighth, res 958 Castro 
Watson, J. B., capitalist, res Fourth Av, opp 17th, B. 
Watson, D. W., lumber dealer, S. F., res Eighth Av, 

bet 18th and 19th, B. 
Watson, John, bridge contractor, res Jefi'erson, bet 

10th and 11th 
Watson, W. C, plasterer, res Market, bet 22d and 

21th 
Watson, Mrs. E. J., dress maker, res 508 Eighth 
Watson, Mrs. A., res 553 Tenth 
Watson, Sr., H. H., res Bay PI, bet Broadway and 

Telegraph Av 
Watson, John E., sawyer, res Twenty-eighth, bot 

Filbert and Linden 
Watson, B. A., clerk, cor Seventeenth and Fifth Av 
Watson, J. W., contractor, res Seventeenth, bet 5th 

and 6th Avs, B. 
Watson, H., clerk Oakland Auction House, 837 Bdwy 
Watts, \V r m, A., farmer, res cor Thirty-fourth and 

Chestnut 
Watts, R., Railroad Exchange, cor Seventh and 

Broadway, W. 0. 
Watts, Win., farmer, res Chestnut, bet 32d and 34th 
Watts, Stephen, C. P. R. R., res Eighth, bot Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Watts, John E., carpenter, res Atlantic, bet Camp- 
bell and Willow, W. 0. 
Wattors, V., boiler maker C. P. R. R., res Goss, bot 

Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Wattor, 0., printer, res Taylor, bet Willow and 

Camp, W. 0. 
Watterfield, A., C. P. R. R., res Campbell, bet 7th 

and 8th, W. 0. 
Weaver, Geo., engineer, B. 
Webb, W. F., clerk Gem Saloon, Railroad Av, res 

West end William, W. 0. 
Webb, Chas. Watson, res Alice, bet 14th and Pith 
Webb, J. W., physician, res and office, 959 Wash- 
ington 
Webb, D. F., door keeper S. F. Board Brokers, res 

(Joss, bet Pino and Wood, W. U. 
Webb, A., printer, 911 Broadway, bet Washington 

and Broadway 
Webber, Chas., sea captain, res Third, bet Center 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Weber, J. P., music teacher, res North Broadway, 

bet 21st and 22d 
Webster, M. C, C. P. R. R., res Third, bot Brush 

and Castro 
AVebster, W. W., res 1228 Broadway 
Webster, Edgar, law clerk, res 713 Tenth 
Webster, Jas. A., real estate, res 16th, bet 4th and 

5th Avs, B. 
Weber, Mack, ex-mayor, res 1228 Broadway 
Webster, E., Lincoln, bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 



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Webster, J. A., deputy assessor, East Sixtoenth, bet 

•1th and 5th Avs, B. 
Webster, Wm., carpenter, res Twelfth, bet Center 

and Kirkhaui, VV. 0. 
Weddorspoon, T. C, merchant, res cor Myrtle and 

Twelfth 
Wedderspoon, John, merchant, res cor Myrtle and 

Twelfth 
Wedgewood, Chas., res NW cor Goss and Wood, W. 

0. 
Weed, C. L., photographer, 402 Kearny, S. F., res 

11 13 Jefferson 
WEEKS, GEO., carriage painter, B. 
WEEKS, HENRY, blacksmith and wagon shop, 

East Eleventh, nr Tubbs' Hotel 
Weingart, L., butcher, 315 East Twelfth, B. 
Wois, J., bakery, Broadway, bet 3d and 4th 
Weiter, Daniel, contractor, res NE cor Lydia and 

West 
Welch, A., miller, res cor Eleventh Av and 16th, B. 
Welcker, Wm. T., professor mathematics State Uni- 
versity, res 72!) Tenth 
Welkey, Albert, carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Wells, John, whitener, res 806 Alice 
Wells, N. W., farmer, res NE cor Telegraph Av and 

Twentieth 
Wells, T. A., law student, res NE cor Telograph Av 

and Twentieth 
Wells, Austin A., carpenter, res 900 Grove 
Wells, H., res 72!> Myrtle 
Wells, A. J., machinist, res 820 Twelfth 
Wells, Einil, tailor, res SE cor Clay and Eighth 
Welsch, M., carpenter, W. O., res Twenty-seventh, 

bet Howard and Folsora, S. F. 
Welsh, D. C, retired hotel proptr, res 308 Seventh 
Welsh, A., Clinton Flour Mills, res Eleventh Av, be 

15th and 16th, B. 
Welsh, M., speculator, res 812 Third 
Welsh, L. B., clerk 
Welsh, P., hostler, NE cor Seventeenth and San 

Pablo Av 
Welsh, M., res Lydia, bet Curtis and West 
Welsh, A. J., lawyer, S. F., res Lydia, bot Market 

and Curtis 
Welsh, Michael, carpenter, res Fifth, bet Adeline 

and Magnolia, W. O. 
Welsh, Geo. D., master mechanic C. P. R. R., res 

Goss, bet Pine and Cedar, W. 0. 
Welsh, M., res SE cor Curtis and Lydia 
Welsh, Patrick, lather, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirk ham, W. 0. 
Welsh, P., laborer, res NE cor Lewis and Third, 

AV. 0. 
Welsh, Martin, lather, res Twelfth, bet Contor and 

Kirk ham, W. 0. 
Welsh, John F., molder, res Eighteenth, bet Cypress 

and Kirk ham, W. 0. 
Welscher & Wostermann, Brooklyn Brewery, East 

Fourteenth and Eighteenth Av, B. 
Werumer, John, cabinot maker, 406 Ninth 
Wemmer, David, proptr Teutonia Hall, 416 and 418 

Eighth 
AVensinger, F. S., Barnum Restaurant, cor Broad- 
way and Seventh 
Wentworth, Sam'l, C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine 

and Wood, W. 0. 
Werthein, S., res SE cor Eleventh and Franklin 
West, John, teamster, res Seventeenth, bot 5th and 

6th Avs, B. 
West, H. R., carpenter, B. 

West, J. I., miner, NW cor Seventeenth and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 
Westcott, E. W.. contractor, res Eighth, bet Camp- 
bell and Willow, W. 0. 
Westerdahl &. Ericsson, upholsterers, NE cor Frank- 
lin and Tenth 
Westerdahl, Win., upholsterer, res SW cor Seventh 

and Franklin 
Weston, F. E., president Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
AVestover, A. E., plasterer, res 665 Fourth 
Weston & Welch, Clinton Flouring Mills, B. 
Wetmore, W. P., plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 
Wetmore, C. J., ticket agent C. P. R. R., res N W cor 

Tenth and Clay 
Wetmore & Co., J. L., real estate agents, 922 Bdwy 
Wetmore, Miss Octavia, teacher Prescott Grammar 

School, res 1376 Franklin 
Wetmore, C. F., real estate, S. F., res 833 Market 
Wetmore, F. W., plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 



AVetzler, John, plasterer, res Center, bet 10th and 

11th, W. 0. 
Weymouth, T. D., carriage shop, 365 Eleventh, res 

cor Twentieth and Grove 
Whaley, J. W., assistant civil engineer, res 623 Tenth 
Whalin, John, carpenter, res 966 Castro 
Whalloy, Jas. W., surveyor, res 623 Tenth 
Whalley, Thos. W., sash and blind maker, res 623 

Tenth 
Whalley, Goo., carpenter, res 623 Tenth 
Whalley, Mrs. E., res 623 Tenth 
Wharton, J. It., feed and hay store, 408 Tenth, res 

960 Washington 
Whoaly, John, gardener, res Seventeenth, bet Mar- 
ket and West 
Whoaton, Geo. II., produce dealer, S. F., res Lake, 

bet Jackson and Madison 
Wheaton, Thos., capitalist, B. 
Wheaton, M. B., carpenter, res IKirkham, bot 11th 

and 12th, W. 0. 
Wheaten, P., stair builder, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Pine, W. 0. 
Whoaton, Wm. R., U. S. Land Commissioner, res 

Poplar, bet 10th and 12th, W. 0. 
Wheatlock, Robt., roofer, res Grove, bet Alden and 

Sycamore 
Wheeler, J. P., carpentor, res 323 Fifth 
Wheeler, R., capt steam tug Lottie, 305 East, S. F., 

res 757 Webster 
Whoolor, 0. C, C. P. R. R., res 822 Brush 
Wheeler, R., plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 
Wholan, Alanson, carpenter, 311 Fourth 
Whipple, 0., bookkekper, B. 
Whitcomb, Goo., Terry's Mill, res SE cor Third and 

Castro 
Whitcomb, Wm., merchant, Railroad Av 
White, J. J. (Rice & White 1 , res NE cor Fifteenth 

find \\^@gt 
White, J. C, draftsman C. P. R. R., res NW cor 

Linden and Twenty-first 
White, Jas., carpenter, res 561 Fifth 
White, Michael, laborer, res Grove, bet Alden and 

Sycamore 
White, C. P., carpenter, res Chestnut, bet 34th and 

3dth 
White, Charles F., carpenter, res Chestnut, bet 34th 

and 36th 
White, Wm., fruit store, res 368 First 
White, Carlos, res 624 Twelfth 
White, H., res Chester, bet 5th and 7th, AV. 0. 
AVhite, J. B., real estate : res 926 Myrtle 
AV'hite, Michael, conductor, res Chestnut, bet 3d and 

5th 
AVhite, A. A., dry goods merchant, S. F., res NE 

cor West and Seventh 
AVhite, J. E., printer, res NE cor Fifteenth and 

Center 
White, II. R., cooper, res Twelfth, bet Center and 

Kirk ham, W. 0. 
White, Chas. W., res Peralta, bot 7th and 8th, AV. 

O. 
White, J. J., butcher, res bot 15th and 16th 
White, C, organ builder, res Cypress, bet 15th and 

16th, W. U. 
AVhite, Geo. P., C. P. R. R., res Chestnut, bet 24th 

and 26th 
AVhitehoad, R. 0., lawyer, res 518 Eighth 
Whitehead, , attorney and real estate agent, 828 

Broadway 
AVhittiold, , weigher Custom House, S. F., res 

North Broadway, bot 17th and Durant 
AVhitman, W. W., grocer, cor Broadway and Tenth, 

res N s Twenty-second, bot Telegraph and Saa 

Pablo Avs 
Whitmore, , farmer, res Sixtoenth, bot Market 

and West 
AVhitney & Co., expressmen, 855 Broadway 
Whittier, John, painter, res Grove, bet 5th and 6th 
Wiand, Reuben, carpenter, res Telegraph Av, bet 

16th and 17th 
AVickersham, Mrs. M. S. 
Wiemeyer, K. P., publisher Sacramento Journal, 

Sacramento 
Wiggin, Marcus P., lawyer, room 2, over Union 

Bank, Broadway 
AViggin, M. P., attorney at law, res 1015 Adeline 
Wightman, F. B., res 1015 Eighth 
Wilber, J. AV., carpenter, res Peralta, bet AVilliam 

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Wilbert, Jacob, furniture, Broadway, nrl-lth 
Wilbert, J., upholsterer, Broadway, bet 14th and 
15th , , , 

Wilcock, John, soda water, res Lewis, bet oth and 

7th, W. 0. 
Wilcox, E. B., Russell House, 1113 Broadway 
Wilcox, David, lumber dealer, S. F. 
Wilcox, C. H., carpenter, res San Pablo Av, bet 21st 

and 22d 
Wilcox, E. B., blacksmith, B. 
Wilcox, H. E., hardware, 955 Broadway, res cor 

Eleventh Av and Fifteenth, B. 
Wilds, P. B., bookkeeper, S. F., res 903 Jackson 
Wiles, J. A., carpenter, Third 
Wiles, John, carpenter, B. 
Wilov, Mrs. H. E., res Telegraph Av, bet 16th and 

17th 
Wilev, Miss Marv, teacher, res 508 Eighth 
Wilkins. John H. B., lawyer, res Adeline, bet 16th 

and 18th 
Wilkins, C. W., carpenter, res 667 Fifth 
Wilkerson, W. S., grocer, junction San Pablo Av 

and Seventeenth 
Wilkson, Harry, with C. P. R. R., res NE cor Fifth 

and Alice 
Wilkinoon, W. II., carpenter, res William, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Willard, F. P., mining engineer, res bet Prospect, 

Webster and Telegraph Av 
Willard, G. A., bookkeeper, B. 
Willard, J. F., machinist, res Wood, bet Lincoln 

and Twelfth, W. 0. 
Willey, Miss L. A. . Mansion House, NE cor Four- 
teenth and Broadway 
Willy, John W., carpenter, res 1117 West 
Willy, G. F., blacksmith, res 1117 West 
Willis, T. W., banker, Santa Rosa, res Adeline, bet 

15th and 16th 
Willey, F. W., laborer, res Pine, nr Atlantic, W. 0. 
Willy, H. S., with C. P. R. R., res 1117 West 
Willcutt, J. L., secretary S. P. R. R., ros Linden, 
bet 8th and 10th 

Willis, , carpenter, Harris Building 

Williams, Jerry, carpenter, res 172 Second 
Willman, Geo., machine hand, res 571 Twelfth, W. 0. 
Williams, James, horse shooing, Fourth, bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 
Williams, Thos., horse shoeing. Fourth, bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 
Williams, N. W., photographer, res Seward, bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Williams, Geo. R., lawyer, S. F., res Eighth Av, bet 

16th and 17th, B. 
Williams, Thos. W., sea captain, res Webster, bet 

15th and 17th 
Williams, Lewis, sea captain, res Webster, bet 15th 

and 17th 
Williams, W., student, res Webster, bet 15th and 

17th 
Williams, M. A., painter, res Charter, bet San Pa- 
blo and Telegraph Avs 
Williams, J. S., druggist, res Chester, bet 10th and 

11th, W. 0. 
Williams, B. F., carpenter, res Chester, bet 9th and 

10th, W. 0. 
Williams, A. H., carpenter, res Adeline, bet 1st and 

3d 
Williams, Thos. C, res Magnolia, bet 5th and 7th, 

W. 0. 
Williams, C. 0., farmer, res SW cor Brush and Lydia 
Williams, Sam'l, editor Bulletin, S. F., res cor East 

Eleventh and Fifth Av, B. 
Williams, Chas., watchman C. P. R. R., res Atlan- 
tic, bet Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 
Williams, L. L., pattern maker, res Eleventh, bet 

Brush and Castro 
Williams, Harry, carpenter, res nr SW cor Clay and 

Fourth 
Williams, T. J., cattle dealer, res "Brush, bet 21st 

and Lydia 
Williams, Gen. Thos. H., res cor Eleventh and Mar- 
ket 
Williams, J. Fisher, clerk, res 1165 West 
Williams, Frank, gardener G. C. Potter, res Tele- 
graph Av, bet 16th and 17th 
Williams, J. B., res Seventeenth, bet 9th and 10th 

Avs, B. 
Williams, Mrs. A., res Seventeenth, betOth and 10th 
Avs, B. 



Williams, C. P., sea captain, res 50 Fifteenth, B. 
Williams. Wm. W., res Seventeenth, bet 8th and 9th 

Avs, B. 
Williams, T. S. (King & Williams), ros Webster, 

bet 14th and loth 
Williams, G. A., mining engineer, res Telegraph Av, 

nr Brown 
Williams, N., restaurant and bakery, 463 and 465 

Seventh 
Williams, Louis, lawyer, res 301 Second 
Williams, A. P., mining speculator, res Telegraph 

Av, nr Brown 
Wilson, S. II., baker, res Lydia, bet Curtis and 

Market 
Wilson, Chas. E., lawyer, res 716 Ninth 
Wilson, Chas. J., carpenter, res Twenty-eighth, bet 

Filbert and Myrtle 
Wilson, Jas., bookkeeper, res Market, bet 16th and 

18th 
Wilson, Jas., peddler, res Seventh Av, bet 18th and 

19th 
Wilson, John, miner, res Eighth, bet Wood and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Wilson, W. C. clerk Tubbs Hotel, B. 
Wilson, Adelbert, police officer, res SE cor Clay and 

Sixth 
Wilson, Mrs. J. H., res 946 Myrtle 
Wilson, L., printer Oakland Daily Transcript, 911 

Broadway, res 368 Filth 
Wilson, W., jeweler, 961 Broadway 
Wilson, Mrs. Caroline, res Ninth Av, bet 16th and 

17th, B. 
Wilson, Peter, whitener, res 364 Seventh 
Wimble, Thos., expressman, res Twenty-fourth, bet 

Broadway and Telegraph Av 
Winant, M., retired merchant, res 817 Market 
Winant, C. P., res Fourth, bet Brush and Castro 
Winkle, Lewis, res 270 Seventh 
Winkler, J., barber, res 012 Fourth 
Winlock, James, moulder, B. 
Wines, C. B., sea captain, res Wood, bet 6th and 7th, 

W. 0. 
Winnie, W. C, carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Winn, Patrick, laborer, res Center 
Winslow, A. G., brick mason, res Eighth, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Winsor, S., pottery and terra cotta store, res East 

Twelfth, B. 
Winslow, Mrs. C, res SE cor Wood and Eighth, W. 

0. 
Wintringer, Jr., L., plumber and gas fitter, B. 
Winters, Mrs. L., res 362 Ninth 
Wirth, C. G., saloon keeper, East Twelfth, bet 6th 

' and 7th, B. 
Witkowsky, H., clerk, 869 Broadway, res S. F. 
Witkowsky. N., clerk, 825 Broadway, cor Sixth 
Woerner, Jacob, butcher, res NW cor Jefferson and 

Fifteenth 
Wolfe, , laborer, res Willow, bet Lincoln and 

Twelfth, W. 0. 
Wolfsohn, W. W., stock speculator, res 362 Eighth 
Wolter, R., Dresden Beer Hall, Thirteenth Av, nr 

Union Hotel, B. 
Wolvin, Wm., house mover, res Twenty-second, bet 

Market and Curtis 
Womble, Jas. W., plasterer, ros 834 Clay 
Woodall, Jas., C. P. R. R., res Third, bet Center and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Woodham, Fred., carpenter, res 127 Tehama, S. F., 

business W. 0. 
Woodman, Chas. D., printer, res Grove, bet Alden 

and Sycamore 
Wood, W. E., res 214 Eleventh 
Wood, W. T., cigars, etc., 1010 Broadway 
Wood, J. Cboot and shoe maker, 469 Sixth 
Wood, Alfred, clerk, 1016 Broadway, res Sixteenth, 

bet Castro and Brush 
Wood, Walter, painter, res NW cor Fifteenth and 
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It is not usual for a physician to issue an advertisement, but at the present time, when 
"charlatanism " is so rampant, something should he done to stop it, and if the distribution 
of these few lines will help to do so, by bringing before the community the address of a 
qualified physician, the doctor's object will be effected. It may cut the tender sensibilities of 
some, who consider it "derogatory " to advertise, but in the opinion of the doctor it is one of 
the surest methods of stamping out the evil. 

OFFICE IKH'KS, from 8 to 12, 1 to 4, and 7 to 9. 

A SPECIAL ADDRESS TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED, 

Whose sufferings have been protracted, and whose cases require prompt treatment to render 
existence desirable. Header, this article may not concern you at all. If you have never 
suffered from disease of the urinary organs, it is not necessary for you to read this. If you 
are suffering, or have suffered, what effect does it produce on your general health? Do you 
feel weak, debilitated, easily tired? Does a little extra exertion produce palpitation of the 
heart? Does your liver or urinary organs or kidneys frequently get out of order? Do you 
have spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated? Do you have 
spells of fainting, or rushes of blood to the head? Is your memory impaired? Is your mind 
constantly dwelling on this subject? Do you feel listless, moping, tired of company, of life? 
Do you wish to be left alone — to get away from everybody? Does any little thing make you 
start or jump? Is your sleep broken or restless? Do you often feel ashamed of yourself, 
thinking everybody that looks at you knows what is the matter with you? Is the luster of 
your eye as brilliant? The bloom on your cheek as bright? Do you enjoy yourself in 
society as well? Do you pursue your business with the same energy? Do you feel as much 
confidence in yourself? Are your spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy? If 
so, do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you restless nights? Your back weak, 
knees weak, arid have but little appetite, and do you attribute this to dyspepsia or liver com- 
plaint? Did you ever tell your doctor that you had suffered from badly cured disease? Per- 
haps you never thought of confiding these things to him; and if you had, it is a question 
whether his modesty would have allowed him to question you closely on the point for fear 
of offending you; and if he had expected anything of the kind, being your family physician, 
he durst not for the world have hinted at the thing, for fear of your becoming indignant and 
insulted. 

To the young, middle-aged, and even old, who are destroying that physical strength, and 
mental happiness, or who are weakened by the folly of the past, why do you suffer when you 
must know the sure result if you allow the disease to ruin and debase you, mind and body? 
Readers, be warned in time; let no false modesty keep you from making known your troubles 
and receiving a sure and lasting cure. I have cured thousands, and will cure you if you will 
call at once. A short time under my treatment will make you a new man, and send you 
forth into the world an honor to your sex, and, I trust, a blessing to mankind. 

LADIES. 

Dr. Prino has devoted much of his time to the study of diseases peculiar to your sex, 
and knowing that you are subject to a great amount of suffering, that delicacy on your part, 
in not making it known, has a strong tendency to prolong, he, as a physician, (consulted 
daily by numbers of ladies,) says to you, come, try his treatment, being better and far more 
successful than that usually adopted. Those languid, tiresome sensations, causing you to feel 
scarcely able to be on your feet, that continual strain that is constantly undermining your 
Bystem, tic loss <>f all your former elasticity, irregularities and obstructions to the proper and 
healthy workings of your system and driving the bloom of youth prematurely from your fair 
cheeks, Buccumb to the doctor's unrivaled treatment. Consultation free. You will receive 
a i ompetent opinion in every case. If you should prefer consulting the doctor by letter, be 
assured all communications will be strictly confidential. 

This card is especially addressed to sufferers from Nervous Debility and all diseases of 
the nervous Bystem resulting from exhaustion of nerve power, the effect of indiscretion. 
Cnder the doctor's new special treatment of nervous debility, mental and physical depression, 
palpitation of the heart, noises in the head and ears, indecision, impaired eyesight, memory, 
indigestion, loss <>f energy and appetite, pains in the back, timidity, dizziness disappear, and 
the depressed Bystem soon acquires its normal health and strength, secures long life, and the 
infirmities of old age are avoided. Thousands of sufferers have been restored to health after 
all remedies have failed. 



J. KOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Building Fronts, at P. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



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WOOD, JAMES E., carpenter, ros NW cor Seward 

and Pine, W. 0. 
Wood, W. L., carpenter, res cor Cedar and Atlantic, 

W. 0. 
Wood, J. F., res S56 Adeline 
Wood, L. A., brakeman C. P. R. R., ros Twelfth, bet 

Center and Kirkhain, W. 0. 
Wood, H., carpenter, res 1014 Webster 
;"Wood, Thos., gardener, res Telegraph Av, bet 22d 

and 23d 
Woods, C. Y., C. P. R. R., res 1093 Third 
Woods, J. T., C. P. R. R., res 1093 Third 
Wuims, It., physician, res 527 Fourteenth Av, B. 
Woodward, E., clerk, res 3Uti Fourteenth, B. 
Woodward, Chas., painter, res Atlantic, nr Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Woodward <fc Taggart, real estate, 160 and 162 Eighth, 

res 156 East Twellth, B. 
Woodward, G., real estate, res 567 Third 

Woodward, , Twelfth, bet 3d and 1th Avs, B. 

Woolsey, E. H., physician and surgeon, office 1068 

Broadway, rooms 1 and 2 
Wright, A. C, butcher, res Eighth, bet Campbell 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Wright, J., veterinary sergeon, res SE cor Twenty- 
first and Telegraph Av 
Wright, B., furniture, Twelfth, res NW cor Fifth and 

Webster 
Wright, Goo., clerk C. P. R. R., res Sixteenth, bet 

7th and 8th Avs, B. 
Wright. A., fireman C. P. R. R., res Goss, bet Pine 

and Wood, W. 0. 
Wright, A., carpontor, res Thirtieth, bet Union and 

Magnolia, W. 0. 
Wright, Isaac A. M., instructor California Military 

Academy, bet Telegraph and Broadway 
Wright, J., carpenter, res Brown, bet San Pablo Av 

and Market 
Wright, D., res Goss, bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Wright, H. M., C. P. R. R., res 1005 Webster 
Wright, Jonathan G., carpenter, res Twenty-sixth, 

bet West and Grove 
Wulzon, A. H., landscape photographer, res Seward, 

cor Campbell, W. 0. 
Wunderlin, Stephen, saloon keeper, 122 Eighth 



Wyand, Henry, carpenter, res 510 Eighth 

Wynant, C, waiter, 163 and 165 Seventh 

Wychoff, J. I. S., carpenter, res Seventeenth, bet 

Grove and Jefferson 
Wyms, John EL, expressman, res 371 Fourth 
Wythe, I. H., physician, res West, bet 9th and 10th 
Yale, Chas., printer, res 179 Third, cor Jackson 
Yard, Goo. M., retired physician, res 621 Webster 
Yarndly, R., music teacher, res Seventeenth, bet 

Jefferson and Clay 
Yager, Mrs. P.. res Seventh, bet Linden and Filbert 
Yates, S. M. ( Yates & Co.), 113 Front, S. F., res 7dl 

Fifth 
Yates, P. R., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., S. F., 

res N W cor Eighth and Grove 
Yelland, R. D., artist, Eleventh Av, bet 16th and 

17th, B. 
Yerick, A., carpenter, res 736, Linden 
Yerick, C, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 736 Linden 
Yoland, T., res 229 Twelfth 
York, R. S., bookkeeper Ames & Co., res Webster, 

bet 11th and 15th 
Young, J. M., C. P. R. R., res Twelfth, cor Adeline 
•Young, A. J., minor, res Ninth, bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Young, J. S., driver, Eighth, bet Broadway and 

Franklin, res 611 Fifteenth 
Young, Lewis, contractor, res Chestnut, bot 3d and 

5th 
Young, J., carpenter, res Eighth, bet Franklin and 

Webster 
Young, T. D., flour mill, ros Seventh, bet Union and 

Poplar • 

Young, J., medical student, res Eureka Hotel 
Young, John, salesman, 905 Broadway, res Jefferson, 

bet 9th and 10th 
Young, L., brick work contractor, foot of Franklin 
Zelner. F. F., music teacher, res Eleventh Av, bet 

16th and 17th, B. 
Ziegonbein, John, commission merchant, res Peralta, 

bet 9th and 12th, W. 0. 
Zier, Geo., blacksmith, B. 
Zimmerman, L., butcher, res 727 Filbert 
Zimmons, P., laborer, res Myrtle, bet 3d and 5th 
Zindte, Geo., plasterer, 709 East Twelfth, B. 



PROPRIETRESS OF 

GRAND WESTERN HOTEL 



ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, AT THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. 



WEST OAKLAND 




Between Wood and Willow Streets, on Railroad Avenue. 



Manufacturer of the best French calf Boots, Gaiters and Oxford ties. ©a?" Working 
shoes of every description made to order. I keep constantly on hand Boots and Shoes of my 
own make, and sell them CHEAP FOR CASH. 

g®" All kinds of repairing neatly and promptly attended to. ""QSS 



55ards, Bill and Letter Heads, a specialty, at DE FOKREST <fc GASKILL'S, 828 B'y, 



PROF. VAN DeMAUK, Elocutionist, insures good Lung Power. 






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Oakland Stone Mannfactnr'g Co. C£:s. ^72 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



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W., farmer. Washington 
1 :'ners 
Abbey, R., hunter. Cecterville 
. W., farmer. Centerville 
t, W., teacher. Brooklyn 
". J. H., apprentice, Hay. 
wards 

. J. F., blacksmith, Hay- 

Abbott. A. F., farmer. Mount Eden 
Abell. W., farmer. San Leandro 
r. A., wheat inspector. Oak- 
land 
Abjohn, W.. laborer. Alameda 
A 1 - 1, J., farmer, . - 1 md 
Acker, C. B., farmer, Livermore 
Aekley, E.. carriage maker. Ala- 
in -da 
Adams. 0. X.. driver, Brooklyn 
Adams. F. J., machinist, Brook- 
lyn 
Adams, E., real estate dealer. • >ak- 

land 
Adams. J. R.. carpenter. Oakland 
Adams, W. G.. farmer. Oakland 
Adams. 6, W.. farmer, Br 
Adams. G.W., wheelwright, Wash- 
is _•" n Corners 

-. F. ¥., clerk, Brooklyn 

J.W., druggist. Oakland 
-. X. B.. newspaper. Oak- 
land 
Adams. J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Adams. Mrs. J., Hayward 
Adams, G., farmer. Brooklyn 
Adams. S.. San Leandro 

■ n. X.. grainer. Oakland 
Adamsen, C, blacksmith 

Eden 
Addison. J. E.. lawyer. Oakland 
Addison, J. K.. carpenter, Oak- 
land 
| Adsit. L. B- broker. Oakland 
A. H., physician. 
Ager A. Safford, general merchan- 
dise, Sonol 
Ager, M.. merchant and post- 
master. Sunol 
Agnew, R. C. H., laborer. Oakland 
Aguaya, J . M.. laborer. Livermore 
Ahern, T., blacksmith. Oakland 
Ahern, J., farmer. Oakland 
Ahern. M., farmer. Oakland 
Ahern. Mary. Brooklyn 
Ahern. W. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Ainsley, G. C, carriage trimmer, 

Brooklyn 
Ainsworth, A. G-. real agent. Oak- 
land 

r"'a, F., stationery, S. F., 
Oakland 
Akerly. B., clergyman, Oakland 



Akerman, A. E., painter, Wasa- 

d Corners 
Alamy. J. S.. restaurant. Mission 

San Jose 
Alameda Water Co.. Niles 
Albie, A. C. farmer, Pleasanton 
Albright, K. J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Alden, K. C. clerk. Oakland 
Alden, H. R.. engineer, Oakland 

5. E.. farmer, Oakland 
Aldrieh. L. A., machinist. 

■r. Livermore 
Alexander. I.. Oakland 
Alexander, J. L-. farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Alexander. J. M.. minister, Brook- 
lyn 

ier, J. H., expressman, 
Oakland 
Alexander, W. S., fanner, Liver- 
more 
Allex. A., merchant. Hayward^ 
Alexander, W., clergyman, Cen- 

terviile 
Alga. R.. butcher. Haywood 

\i '., laborer. San Leandro 
Algeo, J., laborer. San Leandro 
-'. H.. livery stable, San 
Leandro 
Algo. Mrs. J.. San Leandro 
Allan, B.. laborer. Oakland 
Allen, W. W., newsdealer, Hay- 
wards 
ALLEX. A., merchant, Haywards 
Allen. M. H., Livermore 
Allen, J., mariner. Brooklyn 
Allen, W., laborer, Brooklyn 
Allen. C. H.. physician. Center- 

ville 
Allen, E., farmer, Centerville 
Allen, E. S., farmer. Centerville 
Allen, Jr.. W., scroll sawyer, Oak- 
land 

I. A., carrent^r, Oakland 
Allen. J. P.. wood carver. Oakland 
Allen, E. L., farmer. Livermore 
Allen. I., farmer, Livermore 
Allen. A. H.. teacher. Oakland 
Allen, E. L».. farmer, Livermore 
Allen, W. J., butcher. Oakland 
Allen, O.. farmer. Oakland 
Allen, E., farmer, Washington Cor- 
ners 
Allen. Jas., seaman, res cor Xinth 

8 Bond A v. B. 
Allguira, R., saddles and harness, 

Alvarado 
Allison, 0., hotel clerk, Cenrreville 
Allman, J., capitalist. Oakland 
Allsop, J.P.C., druggist. Alameda 

- .. C.E.W., clerk. Oakland 
Altamirano. M., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Althauser. G.. brewer. Alvarado 
Altamirano. R. J., laborer, Liver- 
more 
Alviso. V., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Alvis. M.. farmer. Brooklyn 
Alviso, F.. farmer. Livermore 
Alviso. S., laborer. Pleasanton 

: . M., vaquero. Washing- 
ton Corners 
Alviso. M.. farmer. Livermore 



Alviso. R.. laborer. Livermore 
Alviso. A., ranehero. Centerville 
Alvres. V. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Alvres. A. J., hair-dresser. L: 

more 
Alviso. C. farmer, Livermore 
Amador, J. M., laborer, Pie 

ton 
Amador. J. A., laborer. Ple:. ; 

ton 
Amador, A., farmer, Harrisc > 
Amarad. A., farm 
Amerman. I. A., county clerk. S 

Leandro [ 

Ames. Cant., X.. stock raiser. Oak- 
land 
Ames. 0. W.. fruit clerk, Haywards 
Ames. 0. 1- . cigar dealer, Alameda 

-. J.. Livermore 
Amos, F. R., merchant. Oak". 
Ancellon, E., saloon ke 
land 

rson, C. A., saloon keeper, 
Brooklyn 

- :' inner, Alameda 
Anderson, R., farmer, Harri- 
Anderson. E. A., clerk, Harris rg 
Anderson. Mrs. a. A., Alvarado 
Anderson, 0., laborer, Brooklyn 
Anderson, T.. Brooklyn 
Anderson, J., farmer and salt ma- 
nufacturer. Mount Eden ; 
:• n, E.. carpenter. Alvarado 
Anderson, H., blacksmith. San 

Lorenzo 
Anderson, A. B., clergyman, Cen- 
terville 
Anderson, E., wheelwright. Mount 

Eden 
Anderson, — , laundry, Alvarado 
n, C. E., hay press, Mount 
Eden 

- o, W., jeweler, ^an Lo- 
renzo 

a, C. A., saloon keeper, | 
Brooklyn I 

Anderson. J. P..teamster, Oakland 
Anderson, S. '•' 

Anderson, J., blacksmith, Oakland 
Anderson, W. S., laborer. Pleas- 
anton 

■ n, J., carpenter. Oakland 
Anderson, L. R., machinist, Oak- 
land 

• r..W. H.. porter, Brooklyn , 
Anderson, C, stevedore, Alameda 
Anderson, D. C, comedian, Ala- 
meda 
Anderson, J., stevedore, Brooklyn 
Anderson, J. A., railroad man, j 

Oakland 
Andrade, M. S.. carpenter. San 

Leandro 
Andressen, C, blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Andrews, 0. P., farmer, Alameda 
Andrew, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Andrews, L., seaman. Oakland 
Andrews, J., farmer. Centerville 
Andrews, A. B., bookkeeper, Ala- 
meda 
Andrus, T. J., printer, Oakland 
Andrews i Rose, grocery and sa- 
loon. Mission San Jose 






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BERKELEY. 



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WEST OAKLAND. 



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BERKELEY HOTEL, 

Oor. Bancroft "Way and Ohoate St. 

BERKELEY. 



All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Pacific Stone Manufactur'g Co. Office, 172 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin, 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



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Andreson, B. E., shoemaker, Mt. 

Eden 
Andreson, E., shoe maker, Mt. 

Eden 
Andrews, J., grocer, Mission San 

Jose 
Andreson, Mrs. A., dressmaker, 

Mt. Eden 
Andrade, J. S., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Androws, E. B., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Andrews, J. K., painter, 0. 
Angel, J., farmer, Livermore 
Angelopulo, P. H., bakery and 

confectionery, Livermore 
Anspacher Bros., general mer- 
chandise, Livertnore 
Anspacher, P., general store, Liv- 
ermore 
An<]iacher, S., general store, Liv- 
ermore 
ANTHANY, F. A., stoves and tin- 
ware, Livermore 
Anthony, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Antone, J., farmer, Brookhn 
Anthousen, G., farmer, Alvarado 
Anthony, Rev. C. \V., teachor an- 
cient languages, Livermore 
Antoino, M., farmer, San Leandro 
Antone, J., tanner, Brooklyn 
Antone, T. F., farmer, Alvarado 
Antone, J., teamster, San Leandro 
An way, L. B., farmer, tlaywards 
Aranda, M., laborer, Oakland 
Archibald, W., Livermore 
Archer, W., miner, Haywood 
Archuleto, P. A., farmer, B. 
Arff, F. L>., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Arendt, H., merchant, Pleasanton 
Arendt, J., clerk, i'leasonton 
Argenti, J. Gr., hotel, Sunol 
Aring, Stephen, laborer, Oakland 
Armstrong, Thos. C, expressman, 

llaywards 
Armstrong, U., clerk, Brooklyn 
Armstrong, J., farmer, Hay wards 
Armstrong, J., laborer, Oakland 
Armstrong, P. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Armstrong, R. A., farmer, West 

Oakland 
Armstrong, W., innkeeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Arnold, J. W., salesman, Oakland 
Arnold, W. A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Arnold, C, horse trainer, Oak- 
land 
Arnott, J., farmer, Livermore 
Arrowsmith, C, shoemaker, Oak- 
land 
Arsy, J. A., expressman, Alameda 
Arthur, G. (J. D. Arthur & Son), 

S. P., Oakland 
Arthur, E. M., note clerk, Oak- 
land 
Arthur, G. N., machinist, Oak- 
land 
Arthur, J. D., merchant, Temes- 

cal 
Ashby, W., farmer, Oakland 
Ashford, G. H., laundry man, Oak- 
land 
Ashby, M. T., farmer, Oakland 
Asmussen, N. L., laborer, Mount 

Eden 
Assenheimer, F., carriage painter, 

Mission, San Jose 
Atchinson, Mrs. C. M., Brooklyn 

Atchison, , produce dealer, S. 

F., Brooklyn 
Athorton, W., farmer, Oakland 
Athey, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Athey, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Atkinson, J., Brooklyn 
Atkinson, G., whoelwright, Oak- 
land 
Atkinson, G., clerk, Brooklyn 
Atwell, J. H., farmer, Centerville 



Atwood, J., laborer, Oakland 
Atwood, H. H., clerk, Midway 
Aubrey, F., boatman, San Lor- 
enzo 
Aubry, F. X., carpenter, Oakland 
Aubury, E., attorney, Livermore 
Audett, J., tinner, llaywards 
Auerbach, L., Oakland 
Augulo, Antonio, farmer, Oak- 
land 
Aughinbaugh, G., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Augustus, D., laborer, Brooklyn 
August, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Aurecoehea, F., Livermore 
Austin, J. I)., Planters' House, 

Haywards 
Austin, M., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Austin, F. W., farmer, .Brooklyn 
Auton, V., Livermore 
Avery, F., farmer, Oakland 
Avery, E. F., engineer, Haywards 
Ayres, Jr., I., commission mer- 
chant, Oakland 
Aylward Jc Stanley, blacksmiths, 

Mission San Jose 
Aylward, J., blacksmith, Mission 

San J ose 
Aylward, J., farmer, Altamont 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

315 Si Ll7 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



BABB, G. A., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Babb, 0. 0., billiard saloon, Nilos 
Babb A- Nial, billiard saloon, Niles 
Babb, L. i)., farmer, Centerville 
Babb, N. L., tanner 
Babb, A. G., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Babb, C. 0., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Babbitt, G., farmer, Centerville 
Babcock, J. H., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Babcock, H. C, wheelwright, Oak- 
land 
Babcock, G. L., teacher, Oakland 
Babtasta, J., tarmor, San Leandro 
Bachinan, E., bookkeeper21S San- 
some, S. F., Oakland 
B A C LL M A JN , J ., restaurant, 

Berkeley 
Bachelder, J., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Bachelder, J., engineer, Brooklyn 
Bacon, B. C, carpenter, San Le- 
andro 
Bacon, H. D, capitalist, Oakland 
Bacon, J., painter, Oakland 
Badger, T. W ., Badger's Central 

Park, Alameda 
Badger, L>., carpenter, Oakland 
Bagge it Neilson, farmers, San Lo- 
renzo 
Baggs, C-, farmer, Haywards 
Baggo, L. C. E., gardener, Oak- 
land 
Bagge, J., farmer, Haywards 
BahImann,H.,farmer,San Lorenzo 
Bailey, J., blacksmith, Mission 

San Jose 
Bailey, J. M., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Bailey, G. K., nurseryman, Brook- 
lyn 
Bailey, W. I., drayman, Oakland 
Bailoy, J., F., laborer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Bailey, H., farmer, Livermore 
Bailey, J. E., teamster, Oakland 



Bailey, C. D., farmer, Alvarado 
Bailey, T. W., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Bailey, K., merchant, Oakland 
Baine, A. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Baird, A. L. F., Brooklyn 
BAKEB, A., farmer, 2% miles 
from Pleasanton, on Stockton 
Load, Pleasanton 
Baker, J., farmer, Oakland 
Baker, W., farmer, Centerville 
Baker, 1\, blacksmith, Oakland 
Baker, W., laborer, Oakland 
Baker, 0. V., merchant, Oakland 
Baker, J r., A., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Baker, H. Y., engineer, Oakland 
Laker, \V., minor, Brooklyn 
Baker, D. \V., farmer, Pleasanton 
Baker, H. B., clerk, Oakland 
Baker, J. G., clerk, Oakland 
Baker, W. H., carpenter, Oakland 
Baker, B. F., miner, Alameda 
Baker, X. ft., plasterer, Oakland 
Balb, J. W., iron founder, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Balch, S. A., farmer, Livermore 
Baldwin, A., farmer, Oakland 
Balderamos, H. L., laborer, Oak- 
land 
Baldwin, J. T., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Baldwin, S. F., law student, Oak- 
land 
Balena, A., farmer, Haywards 
Bales, C, Iarmer, Haywards 
Bales, J. .railroad man, Pleasanton 
Hales, J., laborer, Livermore 
Bales, O., farmer, Livermore 
Ballenger, J. .f., carpenter, Liver- 
mere 
Ballesteros, J., farmer, Livermore 
Ball, A., teacher, San Leandro 
Ball, B. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Ball, A. E., lawyer, Alameda 
Ball, J. A., engineer, Oakland 
Ball, F. A., clerk, Alameda 
Ball, J., farmer, Haywards 
Baltier, J., clerk, Oakland 
Ballon, W., blacksmith, Oakland 
Balmforth, B., merchant, Oakland 
Bamford,;K., clorgyman, Brooklyn 
Bancroft, A. J., butcher, Alameda 
Bane, 1). C, farmer, Centerville 
Bane, G. \V., farmer, Livermore 
Bane, I)., farmer, Centerville 
Bangs, J. L., fanner, llaywards 
Bangs, A. S., farmer, Livermore 
Bangs, W. C, farmer, Livermore 
Bangle, E., merchant, Brooklyn 
Bannister, A., civil engineer, Ala- 
meda 
Bany, J., farmer, Oakland 
Barber & Barker, wood and coal, 

Alameda 
Barber, A. S., merchant, Alameda 
Barber, J. B., telegraph operator, 

Alameda 
Barbour, W. R., teacher, Oakland 
Barbola, L., gardener, Haywards 
BARHAM, J., merchant, Hay- 
wards 
BABUAM, H. G., merchant, Hay- 
wards 
Barker, F. A., telegraph operator, 

Alameda 
Barker, E. J., carpenter, Alameda 
Barker, H., carpenter, Alameda 
Barker, J., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Barker, T. L., grocer, Oakland 
Barker, J. L., merchant, Oakland 
Barkam, J., merchant, Oakland 
Barlow, H. S., Loyal Oak Hotel, 

Alameda 
Barlow, C, millwright, Oakland. 
Barnard, M., shoe maker, Brook- 
lyn 

Barnard, Miss , Principal Mt. 

Eden School, Mt. Eden 



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Formerly of Marysville and San Francisco, has now built a fine 





Brooklyn Depot, East Oakland, 





Where parties will find as 
AS ANY IN THE CITY OP OAKLAND. 

5^" The Best Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses to hire 

at all Hours. 

LADIES wishing to drive out with their daughters, for pleasure, to Mills' 
Seminary, or any other place, will find the safest of horses and finest kinds of 
vehicles always at their command, 

Plaasioais, Glar@nces 7 I2tc ? Kfc. 

This is also the headquarters for the East Oakland Mills' Seminary Street 
Car Line, the main office being in the Stable, where parties can rest assured 
that the Superintendent, Mr. A.W. May, will treat them with all due courtesy, 
caring for all packages left in his care, or found by the Conductors in the 
Cars, and return them to the proper owners. 

Clarences let to Mills' Seminary, to Parties, for Three Dollars. 

PARTIES CONVEYED TO ANY PORTION OF THE COUNTY CHEAPLY 

AND QUICKLY. 

Transient Stock attended to with Care. 

Parties can rest assured that they will find our charges as reasonable as any 

place in the State. 



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J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Carriage Steps, at P. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



143 



Barney, Milton, Brooklyn 
Barnhisol, C. F., teamster, Brook- 
lyn 
Barn hart, D., poultry raiser, Hay- 
wards 
Barns, C. H., laborer, Haywards 
Barnes, G. R., carpenter, Oakland 
Barnes, H. W., carpenter, Oakland 
Barnes, D., farmer, Oakland 
Barnes, C. D., carpenter, Oakland 
Barnes, T., laborer, Oakland 
Barron, J., farmer, Livermoro 
Barnet, C. C-, farmer, Oakland 
Barnet, J., painter, Oakland 
Barnet, R. P., engineer, Oakland 
Barnwell, G., farmer, Haywards 
Barotean, A., merchant, Alameda 
Barr, W., laborer, Oakland 
Barr, T., miner, Brooklyn 
Barrass, G. H., teamster, Oakland 
Barradas, F. C, barber, San Le- 

andro 
Barrat, G. D., machinist, Oakland 
Barrett, G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Barrett, J., laborer, Livermore 
Barrett, P., butcher, Oakland 
Barrett, J., brakeuian, Oakland 
Barrett, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Barrett, W. H., batcher, Oakland 
Barrows, X. L., miner. Washington 

Corners 
BARRON, R,, proptr Eden Land- 
ing, Mt. Eden 
Barron, J., landing and ware- 
house, Alvarado 
Barry, 0., Livermore 
Barry, W., stock raiser, Center- 

ville 
Barry, \V., laborer, Oakland 
Barry, R., farmer, Livermore 
Barry, J., laborer, Oakland 
Barry, T., hotel keeper, Oakland 
Barry, M. jj., carpenter, Oakland 
Barry, E., real estate agent 
Bartels, H., upholsterer, Oakland 
Barten, •)., merchant, Alameda 
Barton, P. \V., clerK, Alameda 
Barthold, A., Livermore 
Bartlett, J. J., carriage maker, 

'i'emoscal 
Bartram, F., farmer. Brooklyn 
Bartlet, E. (J., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Bartlett, G. C, laborer, Oakland 
Bartlett, W. 6., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Bartlett, E. E., engineer, Oakland 
Baskes, P., hotel keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Basler, C. E., painter, San Lean- 

dro 
Bass, C. A., physician, Sunol 
Bassett, A., stone cutter, Oakland 
Bassell, G., miner, Alameda 
Bassett, G. W., farmer, Haywards 
Bassett, A., farmer, Haywards 
Bassett, E., mechanic, Oakland 
rJassett, A. C, railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Bassett, R., clerk, Brooklyn 
Batchelder, D. F., speculator, 

Haywards 
Batchelder, F. F., Livermore 
Bateman, i)., engineer. Brooklyn 
Bates & Wales, street contractors, 

Brooklyn 
Bates, \V. F., farmer, Yallecito 

Valley 
Bates, C. D., contractor, Brooklyn 
Batman, D., engineer, Brooklyn 
Batson, S. P., laborer, Oakland 
Battin, J. C, farmer, Haywards 
Batts, C. T., lawyer, Oakland 
Bauer, P. J., peddler, Brooklyn 
Bauer, A. W., butcher, San Lean- 

dro 
Bauer, C, saloon keeper, Oakland 
Bauer k Eber, butchers, San Le- 
andro 



Baumberger, Felix, machinist, Al- 
varado 
Bain, A., molder, Alvarado 
Baux. F. J. B., real estate, Oak- 
land 
Baxter, L., plumber, Hayward 
BAXTER, G. C, nursery, Hay- 

wards 
Baxter, L., carpenter, Haywards 
Baxter, G. 0., Haywards 
Baxter, J. B., butcher, Oakland 
Baxter, W. H., farmer, Livermore 
Bayles, W. H., clerk, Oakland 
Bayles, J., gardener, Oakland 
Bayles, S., carpenter, Oakland 
Bayne, U"., blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Beach, H. H., bookkeeper, S. F., 

Brooklyn 
Beaird, V. L., miner, Centerville 
Bean, L., farmer, Livermore 
Bean, W. 11., plasterer, Oakland 
Bear, Abraham, engineer, Oakland 
Beard, J. L., farmer, Centerville 
Beardsley, H. H., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Beard, J. L., student, Mission San 

Jose 
Beardsley, , farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Beard, E. L., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Beard, J., engineer, Livermoro 
Beard, J. L., farmer. Mission San 

Jose 
Beauregard, F., teamster, Oakland 
Beazell, J., blacksmith, Contre- 

ville 
Beazell, J., senator, Livermore 
BEAZELL Jc CROWELL, ma- 
chine shop, Livermore 
Beazell, A. G., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
BECK, D. IL, saddler, Centreville 
Becker, C, laborer, Oakland 
Beckwith, G. E., teacher, Oakland 
Beck with, E. G., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Beck, C. H., harness maker, Cen- 
terville 
Beck, Frederick, butcher,Oakland 
Beckett, J. \\\, laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Beck, J., farmer, Livermore 
Beck, L., farmer, Livermore 
Beck, W . 1., Livermore 
Beck, J. C, painter, Oakland 
Beebo, S. G., farmer, Alvarado 
Beebe, J., farmer, Oakland 
Beebe, G. A., saddler, Livermore 
Beers, G. A., printer, San Lurenzo 
Beg, H., farmer, .Mission San Jose 
Behan, C, laborer, Brooklyn 
Behneke, M., laborer, Haywards 
Behn, F., farmer, Haywards 
Behrmann, J., rancher, San Lean- 

dro . 

Behrmann, L., clerk, Mt. Eden 
Beier, C, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Beier, S. A., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Beisel. L., farmer, Brooklyn 
Beitzel, J., butcher, Oakland 
Belden, E. S., reporter, Oakland 
Bell, 0., attorney at law, Oakland 
Bellars, W. T., upholsterer, Oak- 
land 
Bellinger, 0. D., farmer, Alvarado 
Bellingail, P- W., inspector cus- 
. toms, Oakland 

Bellows, Albert, farmerjlay wards 
Belus, F. A., produce dealer, Oak- 
land 
Bemis, 0., butcher, Brooklyn 
Ban bow, T., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Benedict, B., farmer, Alameda 
Benedick, B. T., butcher, Oakland 
Benfey, Miss M. P., teacher math- 
ematics and modern languages, 
Washington Corners 



Bening, J., farmer, Oakland 
Benitz, F., farmer, Oakland 
Benjamin, S. F., physician, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Bennett, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Bennett, A., farmer, Livermoro 
Bennott, M., shoemaker. Oakland 
Bennett, J. A., farmer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Bennett, J., printer, Pleasanton 
Bennett, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Bennett, J. P., bookkeeper, I up- 
land 
Bennett, J. R., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Bennett, J. W., laborer, Oakland 
Penning, J., clerk, Brooklyn 
Benn, F., carpenter, Alameda 
Bensen, J. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Benson, J. A., surveyor. Brooklyn 
Benson, W. W., tinsmith, Ala- 
meda 
Benson, W. A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Benson, R., warehouse keeper, 

Washington Corners 
Bentley, W. R., insurance agent, 

Oakland 
Bentley, A. M., farmer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Benton, J. A., clergyman 
Benton, J. E., minister, Oakland 
Benton, A. K., miner, Centerville 
Berad, A., shoemaker, Oakland 
Berey, 1)., saddler, Oakland 
Berdicgo, P., laborer, Haywards 
Berger, H. 11., Alameda 
Berger, J., jeweler, West Oak- 
land 
Berg, A., Custom House officer, 

Oakland 
BERGMANN, C. W. F., black- 

smith, Mission San Joso 
BEKGMAXX, X., wagon mnnuf 
and blacksmith, Mission San 
Jose 
Berhman, H., Livermore 
Berk, T., laborer, Oakland 
Bernal, J., farmer, Livermore 
Bernal, P., farmer, Livermoro 
Bernal, A., laborer, Livermore 
bernal, Jr., A., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Bernal, J. R., farmer, Livermore 
Bernal, K., Livermore 
Bernal, Jr., J., Livermore 
Bernal, D., Livermore 
Bernal, J. II. , Livermore 
Bernal, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Bernal, M.. farmer, Pleasanton 
Bernal, Sr., A., farmer, Pleas- 
anton 
Bernard, A., carpenter, San Lean- 

dro 
Berry, W. 0. M., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Berry, J. IL, agent, Oakland 
Berry, W. L., printer, Oakland 
Bertram, F. & Co., saloon, San 

Lorenzo 
Beswiek,W.G., carpenter, Oakland 
Betancne, J., carpomer, Oakland 
Betancorte, J. S., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Betanco, A., Centerville 
Bettman, J. J., merchant, Oakland 
Bettis, J., brakeman, Oakland 
Beetz, P., saloon keeper, Oakland 
Bet-.. G., upholsterer, Oakland 
Betz, H., shoe maker, Oakland 
Betz, J., brewer, Brooklyn 
Bewley, M., teamster, Livermore 
Bez, P. 11. , farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Bins. P., teamster, Livermoro 
Bibber, C. R., shipwright, Liver- 
more 
Bickelo, J. G., farmer, Haywards 
Bidinger, W., shoe maker, Alva- 
rado 



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GRAND WESTERN RESTAURANT 



JAMES BLOCK, "WEST OAKLAND. 

T3 « «*%•»" £ » 



(Successors to CHASE & BAKER.) 
DEALERS IN 



Groceries, Provisions 

AND GENERAL FAMILY SUPPLIES. ! 

.A-LIL. GOODS IDEXjIAT'EE.Er) FREE. 

RAILROAD AVENUE, WEST OAKLAND. 



D. PRICE. I. MOORE. 

OAKLAND POINT PLANING MILLS. 

Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames 

SASHES, DOORS, BX.X2TDS, 

And all Descriptions of Wood-Work Finish, Etc. All orders from the 
country promptly attended to. 



MAPLE LEAFjNURSERY AND SEED STORE. 

L M. NEWSOM, Proprietor. 

151 TWELFTH STREET, 

Near Tubfos' Hotel, EAST OAKLAND, ALAMEDA CO. 



A large assortment of Shrubs, Evergreens and Street Trees, Plants, Roses, 
Flowers and Bulbs, Etc. Seeds of all kinds constantly on hand. 



Bents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. 



|, CEAPPELLET, Asphaltum Sidewalks and Hoofing, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



145 



Bidinger, W., cabinet maker, Mis- 
sion San Jose 
Bidlock, J. B. W., physician, Li v- 

erinure 
Bidleman, E. G., wino and liquor 

dealer, 8. F., B. 
Bierce, A. S., government em- 
ployee, Oakland 
Bigelow, H. D., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Bigelow, G. D., teacher, Oakland 
BierKeland, M. J., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Biles, U. C, harness maker, Ala- 
meda 
Billings, F. D., clerk, Oakland 
Billings, F. I)., engineer, Oakland 
Bille, H., Liverruore 
Billington, \j. F., hostler, Oakland 
Bilz, J. A., general blacksmith and 

repair shop, Pleasanton 
Binch, \\'., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bird, G., hotel keeper, Alameda 
Bigbie, R. L., farmer, Livermore 
Birdsall, \V., laborer, Livornioro 
Birnie, R., interpreter, Oakland 
Bischoff, J., farmer, Livermore 
Bishop, W. D., Alameda 
Bishop, J. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bishop. J., grocer, Alameda 
Biss, W. 0., batcher, Alameda 
Bissell, G. R., civil engineer, Ala- 
meda 
Bissett, H. N., shipwright, Ala- 
meda 
Bittencourt, J. P., farmer, Mount 

Eden 
Bivens, Ebenezor, farmer, Oakland 
Bixby, M. S., carpenter, Oakland 
Blackwood, \V., farmer, Oakland 
Black, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Black, A., blacksmith, Alvarado 
Black, J., wagon maker, San Le- 

andro 
BLACK, J. F., farmer, Pleasanton 
Blacow, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Blacow, W. H., farmer, Centerville 
Blacow, Mrs. K., Centerville 
BLACOW, A., farmer and fancy 

sheep, Centerville 
Blacow, 0., wheelright, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Blackwood, W. C, farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Blaine, W. B., student, Oakland 
Blaise, C. H., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Blair, T. II., farmer, Centerville 
liiair, G. W., carpenter, Oakland 
Blake, W. P., geologist, Oakland 
Blake, J. J., grainer, Oakland 
iilak, \V r . P., laborer, Haywards 
Blakeslee, R., grocer, Oakland 
Blethen, J. B., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bliflin, J., sailor, Brooklyn 
Bliss, T. 11., laborer, Oakland 
Blitz, F. K., piano maker, Oakland 
Block, J. C, clerk, Oakland 
Block, E., merchant, Oakland 
Block, A., farmer, Haywards 
Blodget, G. F., clerk, Oakland 
Blohm, J., grainer, Oakland 
Blohui, C. C, teacher, Oakland 
Bloouientire, .1., clerk, Pleasanton 
Bloomer, A. C., teacher, Havwards 
Blow, W. B., clerk, Oakland 
Blume, A. J., clerk, Oakland 
Blum, E., gardoner, Alameda 
Blunt, W. St. C, clerk, Oakland 
Boalt, J. H., lawyer, Oakland 
Boanis, R., laborer, Oakland 
Boardmam, R., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Boehmer, F., merchant, Alameda 
Bockins, J. H., carpenter, Oakland 
Bock, C. P. H., Oakland 
Bodell, J., teamster, Oakland 



Boghisich, B. R., hotel keeper, 

Oakland 
Boh, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Bohrman, II., farmer, Livermore 
Bohmer, F., grocer, Alameda 
Boim, M. A., farmer, Centerville 
Boice, C. DeS., insurance agent, 

Oakland 
Bolan, \V\, teamster, Oakland 
Bolce, W. J., farmer, Haywards 
Bol halter, J., farmer, Alameda 
Boles, W. J., farmer, Haywards 
Boles, Amos, builder, Oakland 
Bolina, A., farmer, Haywards 
Bolinger, J., farmer, Hayivards 
Bolinger, M., farmer, Livormoro 
Bolifraud, E., farmer, Livermore 
Bond, G. VV., land agent, Center- 
ville 
Bond & Randall, merchants, Cen- 
terville 
Bond, C. J., merchant, Centorvillo 
Bond, W. F., contractor, Oakland 
Bond.T., farmer, Mission San dose 
Bondinot, T. P., farmer, Oakland 
Bones, J. VV., builder, Alameda 
Bonos, S. W., clerk, Brooklyn 
Bonham, J . N., plumber, Oakland 
Bonnell, A., Livermore 
Bonner, K., farmer, N iles 
Bonner, R., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Bonner, J. T.. farmer, Centorvilla 
Bonsai 1, G. W., engineer, Midway 
Bonsell, C., Livermore 
Bontelle, W., watchman, Alameda 
Bon ton, L., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Booken t fc Herrmann, brewers, 

Haywards 
Booken, J., brewer, Haywards 
Booken, C, saloon keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Booken, G., saloon keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Booth, L. A., mill and mining, 

Oakland 
Booth, G. E., engineer, Oakland 
Boone, G.. laborer, San Leandro 
Borel, A., banker, S. F. 
Borgos, J., farmer, Haywards 
Borges, M., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Borwhisel, J., teamster, Brooklyn 
Bost, J. W., surveyor, Oakland 
Boswell, A., tinsmith, Oakland 
BOTHSOW, C, larmer and salt 

maker, Mt. Eden 
Bothsaw &. Rasmussen, Alvarado 
Bothwell, R., farmer, Brooklyn 
Botsford, W. 11. C, farmer, Livor- 

more 
Bottomly, I., farmer, Oakland 
Boullett, J. R., prof music, Oak- 
land 
Boulogne, Mrs. V., Alameda 
Bourke, J., farmer, Oakland 
Bowe, W., laborer, Oakland 
Bower, M., farmer, Centerville 
Bowles, J., farmer, Livermore 
Bowman, 0. W., lumberman, Oak- 
land 
Bowman, A. W., roal estate agent, 

Temoscal 
Bowman, J., barber, Oakland 
Bowman, C. R., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Bowman, H., joiner, Alameda 
Bown, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Bowser. S., laborer, Brooklyn 
Boyce, W. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Boyd, T., farmer, Livermore 
Boyden, W. B., carpentor, Oak- 
land 
Boyer, A. J., editor, Oakland 
Boyle, P., laborer, Oakland 
Boyle, J. P., machinist, Oakland 
Boyle, II., bookkeeper, Alameda 
Boynton, S. S., Oakland 
Bovyer, E. A., carpentor, Oakland 
Bovyer, J. S., carpenter, Oakland 



Boxley, G. W., farmer, Oakland 
Brackett, A. VV'., lumberman, 

Livermore 
Brackett, J. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Bradford, A. L., engineer, Oak- 
land 
Bradford, J., mariner, Oakland 
Bradhoff, C, brewer, Oakland 
Bradshaw, J., farmer, Livormoro 
Bradshaw, T. T., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Brady, II. J., miner, Oakland 
Bradley, T., contractor, Oakland 
Bradley, J. J., Alameda 
Bradley, 11. P., engineer, Oak- 
land 
Bradley, L. C., foreman foundry, 

Alvarado 
Bradford, A., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Bragdon, E. P., saloon, Livormoro 
Bralloy, P., barber, Alameda 
Braley, G. W., minor, Alameda 
Bramble, J., San Leandro 
Brand], P., farmor, Oakland 
Branch, L., clerK, Alameda 
Branch, A., merchant, S. F., Ala- 
meda 
Brandt, L., upholsteror, Oakland 
Brannan, 1)., potter, Brooklyn 
Branneu, B. F., farmor, Liver- 
more 
Brannan, T., seaman, San Lean- 
dro 
Brannan, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Brannan, J., blacksmith, San 

Lorenzo 
Brannan, W., butcher, Mission 

San Jose 
Bramson, A. H., farmer, Brooklyn 
Brannan, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Brandstetter, J., baker, Oakland 
Brash, J., printer, Alameda 
Braum, J. E., farmer. Mission San 

Jose 
Brann, C. H., Oakland 
Bray, W. A., commission mer- 
chant, Brooklyn 
Bray, J., merchant, Oakland 
Brebeck, J., wheelwright, Mission 

San Jose 
Breeze, J. H., inspector. Oakland 
Breitweisser, C, farmer, Harris- 
burg 
Bremeier, J. E., carpentor, Oak- 
land 
Bremer, II., hotel keeper, Alameda 
Bremer, \V., miner, Oakland 
Bremer, C, blacksmith, Alameda 
Bronnan, J. E., lawyer, Oakland 
Brennan, J. T., capitalist, Brook- 
lyn 
Bronsel, J., teamster, Oakland 
Brendel, G. L., carpentor, Oak- 
land 
Brendol, C, brewer, Oakland 
Brenteno, M. A., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Brosnahen, J., laborer, Oakland 
Breunor, \V\, gardener, Oakland 
Brewer, J. H., lawyer, Oakland 
Brewer, J. A., farmer, Centorvillo 
Brewer, J. II., clerk, Oakland 
Brickey, D. B., minor, Haywards 
Bridley, J. M., carpenter, Centor- 
villo 
Brior & Decoto, Decoto 
Brier, W. W., clergyman, Center- 
ville 
Brier, K. "W., teacher, Oakland 
Briones, R. L., barber, Oakland 
Brionos, C, teamster, Oakland 
Briggs, 0. W., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Briggs, G. G., farmer, Oakland 
Briggs, G. N., pattern makor,Oak- 

land 
Briggs, J. J., farmor, Livormoro 



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Briggs, D. M., carpenter, Oakland 
Blight, C. W., farmer, Hurrisburg 
Brigbam, A., merchant, Alameda 
Brigham, A. C., tanner, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Brigham, C. 0., produce dealer, 

Alameda 
Brighton, E. C, laborer, Alvarado 
Bright, A,, laborer, Oakland 
Bright, K. C, tanner, Livermore 
Bright, S. K., lather, Oakland 
Brinkman, J., teamster, Brooklyn 
Bristow, S/, blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
Bristow, W. E., carpenter, Pleas- 
anton ... . „ 
Briscoe, B. f farmer, Mission San 

J 080 

Britt, M-, teamster, Brooklyn 
Brit, P., farmer, Alameda 
Broad. Mrs. K., Brooklyn 
Brockinan Bros., farmers, San Lo- 

renzo , 

Brock, C. C-, seaman, Alameda 
Brock, 0. F., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Brodek, G., merchant, Haywards 
Brogan, N., vegetable dealer, Oak- 
Land „ 
Brooks, J. M., cigar maker, Oak- 
land 
Brooke, J. B., farmer, Bivermore 
Brooks, W., farmer, Livermore 
Brooks, J. L., farmer, Livermore 
Brooks, 1'. 11.- clerk, San Leandro 
Brooks, M. M., teamster, Liver- 
more 
Brooks, 11., fanner, Livermore 
Brooks, \V. 11. S., Livermore 
Bromley, ('apt. — , C. P. R. K. Co.. 

Brooklyn 
Bromley, .1. L., agent, Oakland 
Brooks, F. E., student, Oakland 
Brookins, C. J., saloon keeper, San 

Leandro 
Broondivariu, M., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Brophy, P. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Brophy, M., tanner, Washington 

Corners 
Brophy, M-, farmer, Centervillo 
Brophy.) J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Browerj W., dairyman, Oakland 
B rower, .). D., tanner Alameda 
Brower, J. K, carpenter, Oakland 
Brown, \V., fanner, Brooklyn 
Brown, E. 1)., lumbermen, Brook- 
lyn 
Brown, F. M., carponter, Brook- 
lyn 
Brown, J., saloon keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Brown, E., miner, Brooklyn 
Brown, J. S., tanner, Brooklyn 
Brown, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Brown, G. II., tinsmith, Brooklyn 
Browne, D. S., nurseryman, Oak- 
land 
Brown, S. I., hotol koopor, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Brown & McDonald, blacksmiths, 

Hay wards 
Brown, Sr., W., machinist, Hay- 
wards 
Brown, II., sheep herder, Midway 
Brown, J., butcher, Washington 

i era 

Brown, L. II., agent Wells, Fargo 

& ( !o., I laj « ards 
Brown, S., fanner, Centervillo 
Brown,*!. I!. E. t wharfinger, Oak- 
hind 
Brown, G., general merchandise, 

II ay wards 
Brown, J., city marshal, Oakland 
Brown, J. 1'., hotel keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Brown, B., clergyman. Oakland 
Brown, J. 0., tanner, .Mission San 
.lose 



Brown, J., engineer, Livermore 
Brown, J. f farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Brown, C. W\, miller, Oakland 
Brown, G. 1L, chair maker, Oak- 
land 
Browne, N., carpentor, Haywards 
Browno, S. C clerk, Oakland 
Brown, A., blacksmith, Oakland 
Browne, J. L., cashier, Oakland 
Brown, J. E., farmer, Oakland 
Brown, G. S., superintendent club,. 

Oakland 
Brown, W. II., farmer, Livermore 
Brown, C. F-, clerk, Oakland 
Brown, J. II., plasterer, Oakland 
Brown, H. S., lawyer* Oakland 
Brown, K. L, T., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Brown, S. L., laborer, Oakland 
Brown, .)-, laborer, Oakland 
Brown, M., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Brown, J., clerk, Oakland 
Brawn, C, farmer, Livermore 
Brown, J., longshoreman, Brook- 
lyn 
Brown, P., coachman, Oakland 
Brown, A., bookkeeper, San Le- 
andro 
Brown, T. S., farmer* Brooklyn 
I, 'nun, 11. I',., farmer, Livermore 
Brown, .LB., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 



Buckhout, A. II., brick mason, 

Oakland 
Buck, D. B., farmer, Haywards 
Buck, L., Oakland 
Buckons, V. S., coppersmith, Oak- 
land 

Bueklew^Mrs. , Brooklyn 

Budinger, W., shoo maker, Alva- 
rado 
Budwortb.TV W., farmer, Center- 
villo 
Budwortb, W., farmer, Livermore 
Buel, -Mrs. F.. Brooklyn 
Buelna, A,, attorney, Brooklyn 
Bugham, P., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Buhsen, N. 1)., clerk, Oakland 
Balber, I., tailor, Haywards 
Bull. E. P., fanner, San Lcaadroi 
Bullock, A. M., carpenter, Saa 

Loanar 
Bulmer, H. II., farmer, Saa Lo" 

renzo 
Bullefraud, E., Livermore 
Bullmer, 11. IL, tobacco and no* 

tions, 11 ay wards 
Bundock, II., potter, Brooklyn 
Bunker, 11. E.,^tago proptr, -M is- 

sion San Jose 
Bunnell, (i. W., teacher, Brooklyn 
Bunnell, E. F., physician, Brook- 
lyn 
Bunnell, J., farmer, Livermore 



Brown, D.W., moulder, Alvarado Bunnell, A. F., wheelwright, Pleas* 



Brown, (L, carpenter, Oakland 
Brown, F., cooper, Brooklyn 
Brown, G., butcher, I lakland 
Brown, F. T», harness maker, Oak- 
land 
Brown, W. T», carpenter, Oakland 
Brown, G. E., finisher, Oakland 
Brown, .1 , A. .farmer, San Leandro 
Brown, B. C-, reporter, Oakland 
Brown, J r., A. C, merchant, Oak- 
land 
Brown, II. C«, carpenter, Oakland 
Brown, 0. L>., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Brown, (,. A., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Brown, C, mariner, Alameda 
Brown,!'., farmer, Pleasanton 
Brown, S., miner, Pleasanton 
Brown, G. P. i miner. 1'leasanton 
Brozo, S., teamster, Oakland 
Bruce, G., steward. Centennial 

House, Oakland 
Bruckerman, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bruguiere, E. A., clerk, Brooklyn 
Brunges, P., porter, Brooklyn 
Binning, J. 11., teamster, Oakland 
Brush, C, artist, Oakland 
BRUgXGRUN, F., general mer- 
chandise and postmaster, Mt. 
Eden 
Bry, P., peddler, Oakland 
Bryan, T. 0., stage driver, Oak- 
land 
Bryan, W. ,1 ., supt Stove Foundry, 

Alvarado 
Bryant, 1>. S., merchant, Oakland 
Bryant, F., expressman, San Le- 
andro 
Bryant, W. S., clergyman, San Le- 
andro 
Bryant, J. W., clergyman, Hay- 
wards 
Bryon, .)., bookkeeper, Alvarado 
Bryson, P., laborer, Oakland 
Buchanan, J. W., farmer, Alva- 
rado 
Buchenan, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Buchanan, P. U., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Buchanan, A., engineer, Oakland 
Buckley. J., fanner, San Leandro 
Buckingham, J. A., plasterer, Oak- 
land 
Buckley, II., Brooklyn 



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Burebfield, U., laborer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Burcbard, L. S., student, Oakla 
Burdeck, E. P., farmer, llarrl 

burg 
Bundoek, II., potter, Brooklyn 

burge, F. J., , Oakland 

Burges, M., fanner, Haywood 
Burges, J., fanner, llnywood 
Burgmann, N., blacksmith, Mis 

sion San .lose 
Burhans, W S., stock speculator, 

Brooklyn 
Burgan, J., laborer, Oakland 
Burgess, B. F., laundrymau, Oak- 
land 
Burk, J, minor, Oakland 
Burke, P. U., stock broker, Oak* 

land 
Burke, P. X., miner, Oakland 
Burke, A., barber, Oakland 
Burk, J., miner, San Leandro 
Burner, J. 1)., bricklayer, Oa 

land 
Burnham, A. W., carriago make 

Oakland 
Burnham, E. J., grocor, Oakland 
Burnett, VV. G., merchant, San Le- 
andro 
Burner, II., sign painter, Oakla! 
Burns, J., farmer, _ Mission Sat 

Joso 
Burns, F., Livermore 
Burnes, 1. K., clerk, Oakland 
Burn?, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Burns, 1>., painter, Oakland 
Burns, A. M., mining surveyo 

Oakland 
Burns, B., laborer, Oakland 
Burns, J., rostaurant keeper, Oak- 
land 
Burns, C, conductor, Oakland 
Burpee, S. A., farmer, Oakland 
Burpee, J. S., carpenter. Oaklanc 
Burr. F., fisherman, Oakland 
Buscb., .1. 1)., laborer, Alt. Eden 
Busdick. 11., laborer, Oakland 
Bushnell, W. F.., mariner, Oaklanc 
Busha, W., carpenter, Oakland 
Buteau, S. A., physician, Alvara 
do . I 

Butler, IV. M. II., blacksmith 

Brooklyn 
Butler, .)., laborer, Oakland 



J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 637 E. 12th St., E. 0. 






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L. L. PAULSON'S DIKECTOKY 



Chappell, R. C, clerk, Livermore 
Chabot, A., contractor, Liverinoro 
Chabo t, K,, laborer, Oakland 
Chadbonrne, C. F., tobaeconist, 

Oakland 
Chadwick, C, laborer, Oakland 
Chambers, C. 8., laborer, Oakland 
Chauvin, 0., banker, Oakland 
Chandler, P. M., millwright, 0. 
Chellis. 0. M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Chemenant, A. S., clerk, Alameda 
Chenev, J. £., farmer, Centorvillo 
Cheney, Z. D., farmer, Centerville 
Cheseborough, A., clerk, Oakland 
Chittenden, C. It., moulder, Oak- 
land 
Chick, G, H., merchant, Oakland 
Chick, A. C, minor, Oakland 
Chovalia, W. JN., physician, San 

Leandro 
Chisholm, , farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Christian, J. F. B., civil engineer, 

Oakland 
Christenson, P. J., salt manuf, Mt. 

CHRISTENOT & BARNHART, 

poultry raisers, llaywards 
Christie, 0. H., engineer, San Lo- 

andro 
Christy, S. B., teacher, Oakland 
CHRISTENOT, B. F., poultry 

raiser, Haywards 
Christiansen, C, contractor and 

builder, Alameda 
Christian, P. L.,San Lorenzo 
Christiansen, P. J., farmer, Mt. 

Eden 
Christiansen, C. W. F., carpenter, 

Alameda 
Church, U., laborer, Brooklyn 



A. M. CHURCH, 

JUSTICE of the PEACE, 

Notary Public & Conveyancer, 
Oflicc in Wash'n Hold Bld'g, 

LlVERMOUE, CAL. 

Money Loans negotiated, Collections 
safely attended to, and remit- 
tances promptly paid. 



Church, It. W., clerk, Oakland 
Cissell, S. W., wood worker, Oak- 
land 
Claffey, .Mrs. Anna, San Leandro 
Clancy, P., laborer, llaywards 
Clupp, F. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Clark, P. F., laborer, Oakland 
Clark, 11., trader, Oakland 
Clark, C. K., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Clark, M. P., musician, Oakland 
Clark, P. L., farmer, Liyermoro 
Clark, M., saloon keeper, Oakland 
Clark, .1. S., conductor, Oakland 
Clark, A. Vv., painter, Oakland 
Clark, 9., farmer, Oakland 
(lark, P., painter, Oakland 
Clark, \\ . II., farmer, Livorinoro 
Clark, I., laborer, Oakland 
Clary, M., larnier, Mission San 

Jose 
Clark, M., farmer, llaywards 
Clark, Bros., general merchandise, 

Washington Corners 
(Mark, A. S., merchant, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Clark, F. F.,poundmastcr, Brook- 
lyn 
Clark, W. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
Clark, I*]. S., machine agent, Oak- 
land 
Clark, O. II., merchant, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Clark, F. J., laborer, Haywards 
Clark, J. W., laborer, Haywards 
Clark, J. W., farmer, Alameda 



Clark, E. H., carpenter, Oakland 
Clark, F. I., poundmaster, Brook- 
lyn 
Clark, H. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
Clark, A. S., farmer, Centerville 
Clark, S. J., lawyer, Oakland 
Clark, K. f laborer, Livermore 
Clark, N. C, printer. Oakland 
Clark, Albert, teamster, Liver- 
more 
Clark, A., farmer, Livermore 
Clark, Alpha, farmer, Livermore 
Clark, W., farmer, Livermore 
Clark, H. 11., miner, Oakland 
Classen, P., laborer, Pleasanton 
Claudio, M. J., carpenter, San 

Leandro 
Clayton, W., cabinet maker, Oak- 
land 
CLAW ITER, Sr., E., farmer, Mt. 

Eden 
Clary, J. A., farmer, Livormore 
Cleary, M., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Cleland, S. M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Cleland, J.,i'armor, Brooklyn 
Cleary, T., farmer, Oakland 
Cleaveland, A., farmer, Alameda 
Cleek, S., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Cleland, S. M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Cleland, J., tanner, Brooklyn 
Clement, W. B-, farmer, Alameda 
Clement, J. T., millwright, Ala- 
in oda 
Clement, L. G. T lumberman, 

Brooklyn 
Clement, W . B., Alameda 
Cline, S-, carpenter, Brooklyn 
Clinton, J., laborer, Oakland 
Clippard, F., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Cloud, M. G., San Leandro 
Clough, W. H., foundryman, 

Brooklyn 
Clough, B., millwright, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Clous ', T., laborer, Haywards 
Cloyes, M. L., carpenter, Pleas- 
anton 
Coad, K. J., farmer, Harrisburg 
Coats, T., blacksmith, Brooklvn 
COATS, L. A., livery stable, 

Ploasanton » 
Coarsen, E. A., clerk, Oakland 
Cobb, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Cobb, W. ,s., laborer, Oakland 
Cobb, W., laborer, Livermore 
Cobb, R. S., seaman, Oakland 
Cobb, O. D., lawyer, Alameda 
Cobb, M. G., lawyer, Alameda 
Cobbledick, J., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Coby, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
Coburn, S. A., farmer, Oakland 
Cochran, A. 11., painter, Brooklyn 
Cochran, 1., farmer, Oakland 
Cockefair, W. H., carpenter, Al- 

varado 
Code, R. J., farmer, Milpitas 
Coddyro, J., gardener, Brooklyn 
Cody, M., farmer, Haywards 
Cody, N. L. A., druggist, Oakland 
Collin, Z., Custom House officer, 

Mission San Jose 
Coft'any, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Coggeshall, F. C, farmer, Oakland 
Coghlen, P., saddles and harness, 

Dougherty Station 
Cohen, A. A., lawyer, Alameda 
Cohen, A. A., clerk, Alameda 
Coke, G. W., Mission San Joso 
Coleman & Sandhalt, billiard 
saloon and livery stable, Center- 
ville 
Coleman, J. W-, livery stable, 

Contervillo 
Coleman, 1)., farmer, Midway 
Cole, M., laborer, Washington 
Corners 



Coles, C. H,, farmer, Oakland 
Cole, G. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Coleman, 0. S«, physician, San* 

Leandro 
Coleman, J., laborer, San Leandro' 
Coleman, M., laborer, Oakland 
Coleman, W. T., Livermore 
Collins, S. G., car driver, Brooklyn 
Colby, A. L\, farmer, Oakland 
Colon, T., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Colbath, E. J., carpenter, West- 
Oakland 
Colnon, S., engineer, Oakland 
t'olestock, W. W., telegraph ope- 
rator, Haywards 
Colestock, A. D., farmer, Liver- 
more 
ColMngrklge, J., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
CoMingridgo, E., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
Colter, J,, salesman, Brooklyn 
Colnon, E. L., student, Oakland 
Collyer, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Coldemeik, 11., farmer, Livermore- 
Collins, T., hack driver, Oakland 
Collins, Mrs. M., san Leandro 
Collins, E., clerk, Haywards 
Collins, A. .general merchandise, 

Haywards 
Collins, S. R., farmer, Mission San. 

Joso 
Collins, B., mariner, Centerville 
Collins, N. J., farmer, Oakland 
Collins, J., tailor, San Leandro 
Collins, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Collins, W. W., machinist, West 

Oakland 
Collins, G. H., clerk, Oakland 
Collins, A., laborer, San Leandro- 
Collins, D. E., student, Oakland 
Collins, A. W., clerk, llaywards 
Column, C. S., physician, San Le- 
andro 
Colombet, J., hotel, Mission San 

Jose 
Connor, D. W., teamster, Oakland 
Compton, L. i\, carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Comstock, C. C-, carpenter. West 

Oakland 
Compton, II. D. t teamster, Center- 
ville 
Conell, farmer, Ploasanton 
Conner, J., shoe maker, Pleas- 
anton 
Connelly, J., butcher, Livermore 
Connolly, M., plasterer, Oakland 
Connolly, F., farmer, Oakland 
Connelly, i»., stone mason, Ala- 
meda 
Connelly, T., laborer, Oakland 
Connolly, M., laborer, Oakland 
Conloy, P., farmer, Livermore 
Conley, W. T., bell boy, Brooklyn 
Conway, 1'., laborer, Brooklyn 
Conway, J. R., policeman, Oak- 
land 
Connor, J., boot maker, Centerville 
Connor, T., laborer, Oakland 
Conner, D. M., laborer, Alvarado 
Conner, D., laborer, Brooklyn 
Conner, T., lather, Oakland 
Connor, J., teamstor, Oakland 
Condon, A., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Condon, J., contractor, Brooklyn 
Connell, Jas., farmer, Oakland 
Connell, J., farmer, Oakland 
Conroy, J. E., fireman, Livermore 
Cone, I. N., laboror, Livermore 
Conklin, U., well digger, Oakland 
Conklin, C. S., teamster 
Conklin, E. B., painter, Oakland 
Concolo, J. G., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Congdon, N. C, hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E, 



Cemetery "Wort, at F. CEAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



149 



nahan, F-, butcher, Oakland 

ngdon, G., real estate agent, 

Oakland 

mad, J-, carpenter, Alameda 

ok, (t. W., farmer, Washington 

.'urners 

F. , carpenter, Oakland 
farmer, Liverinore 
P., laborer. West Oak- 



Cook, J 

Cook, W 

land 

Cook, A. 



. blacksmith, Alameda 
Cook, F.j laborer, Pleasanton 
Cook, J. F., porter, Oakland 
Cook, N. B-, carpenter, Alameda 
Cook, P., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Cook, W. H-, student, Oakland 
Cook, t. F., farmer, Oakland 
Cooke, C. IX, clerk, Alameda 
Cooley, R. B., painter, Brooklyn 
Coombs, G. A., Oakland 
Cooper, L. C, blacksmith, Brook- 

hn 
Cooper, J., miner, Oakland 
Cooper, B. F„ farmer, Pleasanton 
Cooper, C. E. T., steward, Oakland 
Cooper, C. L., carpenter, Oakland 
Cooley, J. M., carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Cooper, J. G., physician and drug- 
gist, Haywards 
Cooper, A., Livermore 
Cooper, W. A., carriage and orna- 
mental painter, Centerville 
Cooper, G., poultry raiser, Deeoto 
Cooper, L. C, blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Copeland, T., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Corbett, W. Z., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Corbett, L. farmer, Mission San 

J ose 
Corbett, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Corbett, W. W., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Corbett, R- S., farmer. Mission San 

Jose 
Corbett, W., farmer, Centerville 
Corcoran, J., farmer, Livermore 
Corcoran, J., laborer, San Lean- 

dro 
Cormery, M., laborer, Oakland 
Cornor, C. W., shoe dealer, Oak- 
land 
Cory, S.. farmer, Haywards 
Gordes, P. II., farmer, Oakland 
Colder, P., merchant, Brooklyn 
Cordoza, J., stock raiser, San Le- 

andro 
Corder, T. W., tanner, Brooklyn 
Cornah, F., tailor, Haywards 
! Cornell, G. P., painter, Oakland 
null, H., carpenter, Oakland 
nell, G., contractor, Oakland 
nell, M. E., clergyman, Oak- 
nd 

nell, J. H., stock dealer, Oak- 
ind 

neilus, W. E., laborer, Liver- 
mre 

ria, S., shoemaker, Pleasanton 
r, '£., farmer, Harrisburg 
Cortez, L., laborer, Haywards 
Cory, S., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Co-grove, W., laborer, Livermore 
Coslo, P., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Cos low, T., laborer. Mission San 

Joie 
Costello, Sr-, T., foreman, Alta- 

mont 
Costello, Jr., T., laborer, Altamont 
Costello, N., carpenter, Livermore 
Costello, J., laborer, Altamont 
Costigun, J. M-, salesman, Oak- 
land 
Cottrell, W. J., farmer, Livermore 



Cottrell, J., farmer, Livermore 
Cottrell, S., farmer, Livermore 
Cottrell, T. L., farmer, Livermore 
Cottrell, G. R-, miner, Oakland 
Cotter, K., blacksmith, Oakland 
Cotter, E., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Coughlan, L»-, laborer, Oakland 
Coughlin, J., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Coughlin, J. J., tinsmith, Oak- 
land 
Coughlin, J. D., miner, Brooklyn 
Couraot, B., teamster, San Leau- 

dro 
Courts. W., rancher, Brooklyn 
Coveney, J., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Covell, A. T., laborer, San Loan- 

dro 
Covert, E., druggist, Washington 

Corners 
Corden, T. N., machinist, San Le- 

andro 
Cowden, A., farmer, Harrisburg 
Cowes, W. K-, waiter, Brooklyn 
Cowell, Mrs. Ellen, Brooklyn 
Cowell, R-, carpenter, Brooklyn 
Cowing, C, farmor, Haywards 
Cowley, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Cox, E., machinist, Oakland 
Cox, W. T., farmer, Haywards 
Cox, F. G., butcher, Brooklyn 
Cox, R-, farmer, San Loandro 
Coy, F., farmor, Alameda 
Cozart, W. P., watchmaker, Hay- 
wards 
Cozad, J. W., printer, Livermore 
Crabb, R.. Potter, Brooklyn 
Craft, L. II., laborer, Haywards 
Craig, John, farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Craig, J., merchant. Centerville 
Craig, J as., minor, Livermore 
Craig, R. R-, miner, Oakland 
Craig, W. C, cabinet maker, Oak- 
land 
Craig, J. R., wagon maker, Hay- 
wood 
Craig, W. P., painter, Oakland 
Cramer, G. R-, plasterer, Oakland 
Crandall, T. B., dairyman, Brook- 
lyn 
Crane, E. J., merchaut, Oakland 
Crane, E- T., farmer, San Leandro 
Crane, A. E., merchant, Alvarado 
Crafte, A. M., attorney at law, 

Washington Coiners. 
Crandall. F., laborer. Oakland 
Crapo,W. H., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Crapo, J. F., farmer, Livermore 
Crawford, J., laborer, Harrislburg 
Crawford, J. L., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Crawford, W., paper hanger, Oak- 
land 
Crawford, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Craven, A., civil engineer, Temes- 

eal 
Creamer, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Greeley, L., laborer, Oakland 
Cremony, J., engineer, Alvarado 
Creque, F., printer, Oakland 
Crist, II. B., trader, Alameda 
Crist, G. F., tanner. Brooklyn 
Crist & Reid, tanners, Brooklyn 
Crist, T. A., Alameda 
Crist, li. B., trader, Alameda 
Critchor, H., stock broker, Brook- 
lyn 
Croak, P., farmer, Livermore 
Croak, R.. waiter, Oakland 
Crossley, S-, expressman, Oakland 
Crowley, T., farmer, Livermore 
Croekett, J. B., attorney, Brooklyn 
Crockft*. J., clerk, Brooklyn 
Cron. W., butcher, Brooklyn 
Cronkhite, J. J., farmor, Liver- 
more 



Cronkhite, H. S., farmer, Liver 

moro 
Cronin, C, farmer, Oakland 
Cronin, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Cronin, M., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Cronin, D., watch maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Cronskaw,G.,blaeksmi + h, Oakland 
Cron, W., butcher, Brooklyn 
Crone, 0. H., druggist. Oakland 
Cronan, E., stevedore, Brooklyn 
Cronin. 1>., watch maker. Brooklyn 
Cooms, H., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Compton, K. H., baggage agent, 

Oakland 
Crook, R., farmer, Haywards 
Crook, W-, farmer, Livermore 
Gropsey, GL, laborer, San Leandro 
Cropy, C. R., (armor, Harrisburg 
Crosby, E., farmer, Centerville 
Cross, M. L., smelter, Oakland 
Crothers, W. J., carriage painter, 

Centeivillo 
Crothers, W., carriage painter, 

Mission San Jose 
Crowell, Hobt, agent S. P. R. R., 

Washington Corners 
Crowell, E. E., C. P. R. R-, Hay- 

wards 
Crow, I . M. 

Crow, L., farmer, Haywards 
Crow, VV. G., farmer, Haywards 
Crow, J. N., farmer, Haywards 
Crow, J. J., farmer. Haywards 
Crow, !'. M., farmer, Haywards 
Crow, A. L., farmer, Haywards 
Crow, W. N., farmer, Livermore 
Crow, A. D., glass cutter, West 

Oakland 
Crow, M-, farmer, Livermore 
Crowell, H., blacksmith, Mission 

San Joso 
Crowell, E. E., clerk, Haywards 
Crowell, R. B., agent S. P. R. R., 

Washington Corners 
Croatbers, J., painter, Oakland 
Cruse, VV., carpenter, Oakland 
Cruse, 1'., laborer, Oakland 
Cuff, Thomas, farmer, Oakland 
Cull, M., farmer, Washington Cor- 
ners 
Cull, W. S., farmer, Haywards 
Colli. D., stock denier, Haywards 
Gull, M., farmer, Washington Cor- 
ners 
Cull, S. T., farmer, Haywards 
Culini n, T. B., farmer, Livermore 
Gulliton, M., laborer, Alameda 
Culver, J. L., clerk, Oakland 
Calver, H. F., salesman, Alameda 
GummingSj A., stable keeper, Ala- 
meda 
C imminj?, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Cammiugs, T., architect, West 

Oakland 
Cunningham, T. W., bookkeeper, 

Oakland 
Cunha. A. 0. L., Saloon, Hay- 

CUNN1NGHAM, T. D.. farmer, 
3 miles from Pleasanton on Liv- 
ermore Road, Pleasanton 

Cunningham, T. A., farmer, Hay- 
wards 

Can ha, A. M., restaurant and sa- 
loon keeper, Haywards 

Cunliffe, E., laborer, Haywards 

Cunniff, .'..laborer, Brooklyn 

Cunningham,'!. J., gardener, Oak- 
land 

Cunningham, G. W., railroad man, 
.akland 

C nnv, I,., laborer, Brooklyn 

Cunha, M. F., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 

Curtis, G. H., iron moulder, Oak- 
land 

Curragh. H., plasterer, Alvarado 



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Curtnor, H., farmer, Harrisburg 
Curtin, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Curragh, J. M., teacher, Alvarado 
Curley, P., farmer, San Leandro 
Curley, P., boarding house, Oak- 
land 
Curley, T., laborer, Ocean View 
Curtin, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Curtin, T., laborer, San Leandro 
Curry, J. B., trader, Oakland 
Curry, J., fireman, Alameda 
Curtis, H. S., engineer, Alvarado 
dishing, T., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Custensen, C, miner, Alameda 
Caching, C. H., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Gushing, J. II., farmer, Livermore 
Gushing, V., superintendent, 

Brooklyn 
Gushing, F. W., clerk, Oakland 
Cushman, A. S., farmer, Oakland 
Cutler, L. H., physician and drug- 
gist, Livermore 
Cuthbort, J. D., clerk, Oakland 
Cutler, N. T., carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Cutting, J. K., conductor, West 

Oakland 
Czarnecki, F., merchant tailor, 

Haywood 
Dabner, J., farmer, Haywards 
Daggett, W., farmer, Brooklvn 
Dahl, G. J., brewer, Oakland 
Bailey, A., farmer, Oakland 
BALE, W., stoves and tinware, 

San Lorenzo 
Daley, M., laborer, Oakland 
Dal/.iel, K., plumber, Oakland 
Bam, Jr.,S., expressman, Oakland 
Ham, A., laborer, Oakland 
Dainmer, F., carpenter, Oakland 
Bam. .11, G. W., farmer, Alameda 
Damon, N., farmer, Brooklyn 
Daniels, W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Daniels, W., teamster, Brooklyn 
Dana, H. 11., farmer, Livermore 
Banakor, W. A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Danwolff, W., butcher, Oakland 
Baniels, G. II.. machinist. Oakland 
Darnal, J., mechanic, Oakland 
Darey, D., shoe maker, Brooklyn 
Dassoll, O., dairyman, Mission 

San Joso 
Dater, A. D., contractor, Brooklyn 
DaSilvor, M. M., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Daveline, J. II., iron moulder, 

Brooklyn 
Davis, II., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Davidson, A. W., clerk, Alameda 
Davison, M., Brooklyn 
I 'avis, <!., dairyman, Centerville 
Davis, L., merchant, Brooklj r 
Davies, R. 1'., farmer, Oakland 
Daviner, •!., farmer, Haywards 
Davilln, S., laborer, San Leandro 
Davinni, S., farmer, San Leandro 
Davis, A. S., saddler, Haywards 
Davis, o. I'., farmer, Alameda 
Dai is, It. .\., clerk, Washington 

Corners 
Davis, .). II.. farmer, Haywards 
Davis, o. M., shoe maker, Oak- 
land 
l>;.\ is •'., farmer, Oakland 
Davis, A. M M farmer, Mission San 

.losi^ 

Davis, J. S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Davis G., mariner, Was! 

1 1 ■ rs 
Davis, .1 os., fanner, Haywards 
Davis, J., farmer, Mission Sun 

j ,, e 
Davis, II., farmer, Washington 

Corners 



Davis, H. W., farmer, Livermoro 
Davis, J., toamster, Oakland 
Davis, Jas., farmer, Brooklyn 
Davis, J. W., builder, Oakland 
Davis, J. C, brakeman. Oakland 
Davis, 0. L., plasterer, Oakland 
Davis, G. B., nurseryman, Ala- 
meda 
Davis, E. W., laborer, Livermore 
Davis, S. S., porter, Oakland 
Davis, J. M., farmer, Livermore 
Davis, A., teamster, Livermore 
Davison, Gr. A., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Davison, M. C., printer, Oakland 
Davison, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Davis, ("apt. C., boat Anna Thil- 

lon, Alvarado 
Davenport, D., bookkeeper, Alvar- 
ado 
David, L., merchant, Brooklyn 
Bavis, C-, mariner 
Davis, II., farmer, Washington 

Corners ' 
David. G. E., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Bawson, T. M., minister, Brooklyn 
Bay, S., engineer, Oakland 
Day, W. P..oaikor. Oakland 
Day, W., farmer, Pleasanton 
Bay, Jr., L., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Bay, S. M., saddler, Oakland 
Dearborn, S. H., painter, Oakland 
Dearborn, J. A., farmer, Oakland 
Bean, E. B., lumberman, Oakland 
D.aeon, J., laborer, Haywards 
Deasoy, J., miner, Haywards 
Bean, Mrs. Mary, Brooklyn 
Be Cunha, A. M., farmer, San 

Leandro 
Becoto, E., farmer, Becoto 
Decoto, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Decoto, A., farmer, Washington 

drners 
Do Costa, M. P., farmer, San 

Lorenzo 
Decker, P., laborer, Haywards 
Becker, K. V., clerk, Oakland 
Becker, G. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Decoto, Ezra, farmer, Becoto 
Dederer, S. T., seaman, Oakland 
!l lerky, C, upholsterer, Oakland 
B ..el in,', I. farmer, Brooklyn 
1 1 ieis, J., farmer, Brooklyn . 
Beering, I., farmer, Alameda 
Deering, C. J., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Deemer, E. J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Del lemory, J., merchant, Oak- 
land 
D.i'i. iters, V. J., waiter, Oakland 
DeFaira, .J. P., farmer, Brooklyn 
Degran, T., carpenter, Oakland 
DeUolia, D., conductor, Oakland 
Began, B., miner, Centerville 
Behalf, II., laborer, Haywards 
Dtllart, B. E., farmer, San Lor- 
enzo 
Deike, (!., Brooklyn 
Deike, 1''., butcher, Brooklyn 
Dela mater, E., laborer,Centervillo 
Delano, A. L., painter, Washing- 
ton Corners 
De Leo, De L. A., teacher .Oakland 
Belventhal, J. P. II., teacher, Al- 

ameda 
Doinint, S. E., farmer, Centerville 
1 leinont, J., farmer, San Leandro 
Dempsey, .1., carpenter, Oakland 
Don orett, E. J., farmer, Haywards 
Bemeritt, E. J., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
D( Mello, J. C, boots and shoes, 

Pleasanton 
Demont, J., farmer, San Leandro 
Denmark, K., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Dennis, 0., farmer, Mt. Eden 



Denton, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Denby, J. B., blacksmith, Center- 
ville 
Dennin, J., laborer, Oakland 
Bennen, A. M., fur dealer, San Be 

andro 
Bennis, Jr., G., farmer, Haywood 
Bonnis, G. B., farmer, Alvarado 
Benny, J. G., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Benton, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Denton, S. R., teamster, Oakland 
Deogo, J., farmer, Centerville 
Bepew, T., lather, Oakland 
De Quadrosa, J. S., farmer, Wash- 



farmer, Center- 
wagon maker, 



ington Corners 
Dequadrus, J. S. 

ville 
Derendinger, J. 

Pleasanton 
Derby, E. M., lumber merchant, 

Brooklyn 
Be Rosa, A. F., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
De Rosa, M. G., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
De Silva, J. I., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Des Granges, J. C., engineer, Oak- 
land 
Beslawrier, L., laborer, Oakland 
Bossoway, H., ship earpenter, Al- 
ameda 
Botjens, II., grocer, Livermore 
Devaney, M., farmer, Livermore 
Bovereux, W., farmer, Livermore 
Bever, J., plasterer, Alameda 
Devino, P., boiler maker, Oakland 
Bevine, T., R R foreman, Oakland 
Bevitt, J., shoe maker, Oakland 
Be Vargos, M. P., San Lorenzo 
Be Voegh, minor, Oakland 
Bevaney, 1\, farmer, Pleasanton 
Be Wart, M. S., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
De Wart, E. P., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Bowey, S. B., farmer, Centerville 
Bowitt, F., agent, Oakland 
Dewitt, J. M., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Bewitt, S. P., laborer, Livermore 
Boxter, A. A., trader, Oakland 
Dexter, G. M., merchant, Oakland 
Dey, W . J., carpenter, Alameda 
De Young, H. A., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Diamond, J., farmer, Alameda 
Diamont, B., merchant, Oakland 
Dias, M. V., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bias, B. V., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Biamond, C, sheep raiser, Sum- 
mit 
Bias, J. (}. &M.S. Footo, farmers, 

San Lorenzo 
Bickerson, 11. .farmer and butcher, 

Altamont 
Bickerson, 1L, farmer, Altamont 
Bickey, P.W., stock raiser, Brook- 

lyn 
Bickoy, W. P., stock raiser, Brook- 
lyn 
Dickens, G., dyer, Washington 

Corners 
Dickerson, D. E., builder, Oakland 
Dickerson, W. S. A., expressman, 

Oakland 
Biefenbaek, L., clerk, Oakland 
Bietz. A. C, merchant, Oakland 
Bieves, J., hotel keeper, Oakland 
Bioves, J. P., printer, Oakland 
Bicekman, IL, laborer, Mt. Eden 
Bieves, J., Oakland 
Bildine, S., farmer, Centerville 
Dille, T. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Dillingham, W. K., teacher, Oak- 
land 
Disney, M., machinist, Oakland 
Dittman, C, musician, Oakland 



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OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



151 



Divot], F., former, Hsvward-s 
Dixon, A. 1!., farmer. Oakland 
Dixon, C, teamster, Oakland 
Dixon, X. IL, bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Dixon, Chadbourn & Co., ware- 
house, Harrisburg 
Dixon, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Dixon, M., Brooklyn 
DIXOX, M. W., farmer and Milpi- 

ta« Landing, Harrisburg 
Dobbin, J., merchant, Oakland 
Dobble, John, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Dobbel, J., farmer, Haywards 
Dobbin, A., farmer, Hay wards 
Dobbins, T. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Dobbel, J., farmer, Haywards 
Doctor, R.. farmer, Livermore 
Dodd, F. W., horse trainer, Oak- 
land 
Dodd, J., laborer, Oakland 
Dodge, W. C, teacher, Oakland 
Doeflor, J., shoemaker, Brooklyn 
Doorman, II. G. P., butcher, Oak- 
land 
Dohrmann, J. H., musician, Oak- 
land 
Dohertv, G. W., surveyor, Oak- 
land 
Doherty, 0., farmer, Pleasanton 
Doherty, J., civil engineer, Oak- 
land 
Doherty. N., laborer, Oakland 
Dolan, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Dolan, 31., farmer, Altamont 
Dido, E., carpenter, Haywards 
Dolan, W.j gardener, Oakland 
Dolan, J., tinsmith, Oakland 
Dombrowskie, '£., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Donnolly, J. H. C-, laborer, Oak- 
land 
Donaldson, J., painter, Haywards 
Donaldson, A., carriage painter, 

San Lorenzo 
Dooalty, P.G-, mason, Oakland 
Donlan, J., farmer, Livermore 
Donelly, E., laborer, Oakland 
Donoghue, P. C, laborer, Oakland 
Donoughey, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Donohue, P., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Donohue, E., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Donohue, M., laborer, Pleasanton 
Donohue, S., laborer, San Leandro 
Donohue, J., laborer, Oakland 
Donovan, T., laborer, Oakland 
Donovan, C, laborer, Cakland 
Donovan, J. B., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Don. van, J. B., printer, Oakland 
Donovan, J., miner, San Leandro 
Donaldson, J., painter, San Lo- 
renzo 
Donahue, B. J., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Donahue, P., laborer, Xiles 
Donovan, M., farmer, San Leandro 
Donohue, P., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Donohue, E., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Donahoe, P., farmer. Mission San 

Jose 
Donovan, J., section foreman, X'iles 
Donovan, P., builder, Oakland 
Dooley, M., laborer. Brooklyn 
Doolin, M., farmer, Livermoro 
Dooling, J., farmer, Oakland 
Doonican, B., gardener, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Doody, P., laborer, Oakland 
Dooley, G. W., farmer. Mission 

San Jose 
Doote, J., farmer, Decoto 
Dootj, M., farmer, Decoto 
Doonin, 0. W., carpenter, Temes- 



Doonicaa, B., gardener, Mission 

San Jose 
Dooley, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Dopman, bookkeeper, San Lorenzo 
Dorfler, J., Brooklyn 
Dow, S. G., teamster, Brooklyn 
Dorman, A., farmer. San Lorenzo 
Dorr, J. B., Brooklyn 
Dorian, G. D., insurance agent, 

Oakland 
Doran, J. P., lawyer, Oakland 
Dorham, J., laborer, West Oak- 
land 
Doter, J. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Dougherty, J. W., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Dougherty, H., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Dougherty, C. M., farmer, Liver- 
moro 
Dougherty, G., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Douglass, H. J., carpenter, San 

Leandro 
Dowling, R., farmor, Brooklyn 
Downer, A. EL, printer, Oakland 
Downey, J. H., carpentor,Oakland 
Downing, W. F., stock dealer, 

Washington Corners 
Dowling, Sr., Ft., fanner, Brooklyn 
Dowling, P., joiner, Oakland 
Dow, S. G., teamster, Brooklyn 
Dowd, J., hostler, Oakland 
Dowd, P., laborer, Livermore 
Dowden, J., laborer, Oakland 
Doyle, M. C, saddles and harness, 

Alameda 
Doyer, J. T., teacher, Alameda 
Doyle, J., farmer, Oakland 
Doyle, C. W., farmer, Livermore 
Drake, W., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Draper, E. W., farmer, Livermore 
Drewry, Mrs. A., Haywards 
Dresco, L., miner, Oakland 
Drewry, Q., painter, Haywards 
Drennan, J., engineer, Brooklyn 
Driggs, G. R., stock speculator, 

Alameda 
Driscoll, L. H., painter, Oakland 
Driscoll, J. L., carriage painter, 

Oakland 
Driscoll, C, laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Driver, J. H., carpenter, Wash- 

ingtonJCorners 
Drinkholm, P. W., painter, Liver- 
more 
Drinkwater, A. M., clerk, Oak- 
land 
Driver, J. IL, carpenter, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Driver, J., farmer, Oakland 
Droge, J., farmer, Livermore 
Drury, (jr., painter, Haywards 
Dryfous, IL, butcher, San Leandro 
Du Bois, A. C, retired clergyman, 

San Leandro 
Dubbe, P. H., farmer, Centerville 
Dubourque, E., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Du Bois, A. S., San Leandro 

Ducher, Mrs. , Livermore 

Daddy, Mi, coachman, Oakland 
Dudley, E. C, conductor, Oakland 
DUPKH & M'SliAUMER, stock 
raisers, \% miles from Sunol on 
Stockton Road, Sunol 
DUER C, surveyor, 1; ! 4 milos from 
Sunol on Stockton Ruad, Sunol. 
Duffit, F., saloon keeper, Oakland 
Duffy, P., farmer, Oakland 
Duffy, M. J., farmer, Ilavwards 
Duffy, J., laborer, Oakland 
Dunand, L., agent, Oakland 
Duncan, J. S., miner, Livermore 
Duncan, J. W., builder, Oakland 
Dunham, D. (•'., painter, Oakland 
Dunham, E. G., liveryman, Oak- 
land 



Dunn, J. Q., carpenter, San Lean- 
dro 
Dunn, M. M., farmer, Oakland 
Dunn, B. W., laborer, Brooklyn 
Dunster, J. H-, gasfitter, West 

Oakland 
Dfinten, G. McK., railroad em- 
ployee, Oakland 
Dunn, W. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Duncan, G., Brooklyn 
Dunn, H. G., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Durkee, G. W,, farmer, Harris- 
burg 
Durman, J. B., San Leandro 
Durein, J., boots and shoes, .Ala- 
meda 
Durkee, J. C, farmer, Harrisburg 
Duran, M., laborer, Livermore 
Durkee, W. B., boarding house, 

Oakland 
Durnan, J. B., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Dusinbury, M. T., railroad con- 
ductor, Brooklyn 
Dusterberry, II. , farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Dutcher, X. De W., blacksmith, 

Livermore 
Duttenhoffer, L., butcher, Oak- 
land 
DUTCHER, J. IL, agricultural 

works, Livermore 
DUTCHER & HESLEP, agricul- 
tural works, Livermore 
Duvall, W. P., farmer, Haywards 
Dwinelle, C. 11., student, Oakland 
Dwinelle, J. W., attorney at law, 

Oakland 
Dwyer, A., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Dwyer, M., sheep raiser, Liver- 
more 
Dye, J. A., clerk, Oakland 
Dye, W. McL., clerk, Alameda 
Dyer, E., surveyor, Alvarado 
Dyer, E. H., surveyor, Alvarado 
Dzsurny, J., carpenter, San Lean- 
dro 



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NYE & ACHESON, 

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Eades, R. R., druggist, Livermore 
Eagan, W., farmer, Mission San 

Joso 
Eagan, P., laborer, Livermoro 
Eager, A., laborer, Oakland 
Kager, Mrs. A. M., Brooklyn 
Eames, J., teacher music, Oakland 
Early, M., laborer, Oakland 
Earhart, J. W., miller, Livermoro 
Earhart, P. L.. farmer, Brooklyn 
Earl. 1)., clerk, Oakland 
Earhart, J. W., florist, Alameda 
Earhart. J. G., gardener, Alameda 
Eastland, A. J., clerk, Brooklyn 
Eastman, M. H., ditch supt, Oak- 
land 
Eastman, II. , fireman, Haywards 
Eastland, V., supt gas works, Oak- 
land 
Eaton, H. D., carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Eaton, C. H., lumber surveyor, 

West Oakland 
Eber, H. F., butcher, Brooklyn 
Echeverrie, J., farmer, Harris- 
burg 
Echmiller, C, agent, Alvarado 



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L. L. PAULSON'S DIKE C TORY 



Eckstein, S., butcher, Mission San 

Joso 
Eddy, J., bridge builder, Oakland 
Eddlemon, C. H., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Edin, B., farmer, Haywards 
Edmonds, J., farmer, Livermor.e 
Edmunds, J. M., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Edmonds, J. E., laborer, Oakland 
Edmunds, S., Brooklyn 
Edmonstow, T. J., Washington 

Corners 
Edwards, W. D., farmer, Oakland 
Edwards, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Edwards, G. C, student, Oakland 
Edwards, J., lumberman, Alameda 
Edwards, T. S., miner, Livermoro 
Edwards, J., miner, Livermore 
Edwards, G. D., mining secretary, 

< lakland 
Eells, C. P., law student, Oakland 
Egan, J., coachman, Alameda 
Egaro, J. D., farmer, Livermore 
Egan, P., farmer, Altamont 
Egan, T.. farmer, Alameda 
Egbert, L. H., butcher, Alameda 
Egbert, W. J., merchant, Oakland 
Eggert, H., blacksmith, Haywards 
Eggers, H., farmer, Centerville 
Egnacio, C, boarding-house keep- 

i, San Leandro 
Ehrman, M., merchant, Washing- 
ton Cornets 
Ehrman, S., merchant, Mission 

San Joso 
Ehrman & Bachman, general mer- 
chandise, Mission San Jose 
Ehardt, C, brewer, Oakland 
Eimer, F.W., shoemaker, Oakland 
Eichler, E., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Eisen homer, G. M., machinist, 

West Oakland 
Elder, J., baker, Oakland 
Ellwood, W. B., grocer, Oakland 
Ellinwood, B., carpenter, Center- 
ville 
Elliott, G., tailor, San Leandro 
Elliot, J. P., thresher, San Lean- 
dro 
Elliott, C. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Elliott, A., whitener, Oakland 
Elliott, 6. I'"., minister, Alvarado 
Elliott, A. A., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Ellis, J., clergyman, Oakland 
Ellis, C. A., weigher, Livermore 
Ellis, A. L., miller, Oakland 
Ellis, W. II. , laundryman, Livor- 

i ji< . rt- 
Ellis, John, horticulturist, Oak- 
land 
Ellis Jas., produce dealer, Oak- 
Ian. 1 
Ellerbrock, L., farmer, Summit 
Ellory, E., real estate agent, Ala- 
in ida 
Eller, J. P., waiter, Oakland 
Ellery, E., real estato agent, Ala- 

meda 
Elliott, A., farmer, Summit 
Elliott, K. J., farmer, Centerville 
Elmer, II. H., farmer, Sunol 
Elms, J. 1)., laborer, Oakland 
ElSasser, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Elsworth, J., lawyer, Alameda 
Elsworth, L. S., manuf, Brooklyn 
Ellsworth, 11. T., merchant, 

Brooklyn 
Elsoy, II., hostler, Oakland 
Elsworth, 11. G., farmer. Mission 

San Joso 
Elwell, 1>. A., merchant, Brooklyn 
Ely, U.i teamster, ( lakland 
Em art, Jos., farmer, -Mi. Eden 
Ema rr, D., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Em art, J., farmer, Centerville 
Emo, C, farmer, West Oakland 
Emery, C., laundryman, Oakland 
Emery, J., farmer, Haywards 



Emery, W. F., carpenter, Alvara- 
do 
Emerson, J., farmer, Livermoro 
Emerson, D. L., broker, Oakland 
Emerson, C. A., painter, San 

Leandro 
Emerson, W. H., soda manuf, Oak- 
land 
Emerson, J., Washington Corners 
EMERSON, G., farmer, 2 miles 

East of Alvarado, Alvarado 
Emmett, B., farmer, Livermore 
Ennis, T., teamster, Oakland 
Encires, L., laborer, Alameda 
ENGLISH, JOHN M., farmer. 2 
miles NE Plasanton, Pleasanton 
Englander, E., barber, Livermore 
Engle, J., farmer, Haywards 
Engle, J., farmer, Haywards 
Enis, F., farmer, Harrisburg 
Enos, M., farmer, Centerville 
Enos, A., farmer, Haywards 
Enos, J., miner, Avaiado 
Enos, J. S., cook, Brooklyn 
Enos, A., watchman, Oakland 
Enos, J., Brooklyn 
Enos, F., Brooklyn 
Enos, F., Centerville 
Eno*, E. J., Brooklyn 
Enright, F. P., farmer, Livermore 
Enuis. M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Erickson, E., stevedore, Alameda 
Erickson, W'm., whoelwright, Mis- 
sion San Joso 
Esden, A., farmer, Livermore 
Estes, B. 1L, teamster, Alameda 
Estudillo, J. M., real estate agent, 

San Leandro 
Estudillo, J. A., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
Esta, Frank, barber, Brooklyn 
Eustace, J. H., dairyman, Tom- 

escal 
Evans, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Evans, W., lumber dealer, Oak- 
land 
Evans, M. D.. miner, Livermore 
Evans, J., painter, Oakland 
Evans, J. A., sailor, Haywards 
Evans, E., miner, Livermore 
Evans, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Evans, H. L., Alameda 
Evers, J., teamster, Oakland 
Evers, GL, farmer, San Leandro 
Everett, M. V. B., tinner, Hay- 
wards • 
Everett, A. P., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Everson, John, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Everson, J., carpenter, Mt. Eden 
Ewalt. II. B., student, Oakland 
Ezekiel, M., auctioneer, Oakland 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

315 & 317 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



Fabian & Co., general merchan- 
dise, Midway 
Fugan, J. J., gas lighter, Oakland 
Fagundes, F., laborer, Brooklyn 
Fancy, T., farmer, Livermore 
Fairfield, J. F., mariner, Brooklyn 
Fallon, L., druggist, Haywood 
Fallon, W., farmer, I'leasanton 
Fallon, M., Oakland 
Fallon, D. II., farmer, Livormore 
Fallon, E. F.. painter, Brooklyn 
Fallon, J., laborer, Oakland 
Fallon, B., farmer, Pleasanton 
Faltynowicz.T., farmer, Haywards 
Falvoy, T., farmer, Centerville 



Farley, E., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Farley, E. C, clerk, Washington 

Corners 
Farley, A. J., teacher, Alameda 
Farley, T., teamster, Livermore 
F'arnum, J. E., clerk, Oakland 
Farnam, E., broker, Alameda 
l'arr, M., farmer, Livermoro 
Fan;, B., teamster, Livermore 
Farnee, H. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
F'arrell, J., telegraph operator, 

Harrisburg 
I'arrell, S. B., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Farroll, S., cook, Pleasanton 
F'arrelly, R. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
F'arrier, H. L., mannfacturer, 

Brooklyn 
Farvis, J. B., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Fary, G. S., carpenter, Oakland 
F'arrell, E. T., railroad man, 

Brooklyn 
Farrell, E. J., farmer, Livermore 
Farren, F., laborer, Livermore 
F'arley, M., engineer, Oakland 
Farley, A. J., teacher, Alvarado 
Farley, E., fruit raiser, Alvarado 
Farley, E., farmer, Alvarado 
Farley, E. C, clerk, Alvarado 
Faray, F., farmer, Centerville 
F'arrell, P., miner, Brooklyn 
F'arree, H. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Farnum, E.. E., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Farley, Mrs. E. M., Alvarado 
F'aria, J., farmer, Centerville 
F'arrier, Mrs. M. L., Brooklyn 
Farrier, II. L., manufacturer, 

Brooklyn 
Farnel, H. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Farree, H. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Farsha, M., farmer, Centerville 
Fassking, F. L., tarmer, Alameda 
Faschian, H., cook, Oakland 
i^assett, F. B., farmer, Livermore 
l^asto, 1)., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Path, A., farmer, Livermore 
l r aulhaber, J-, laborer. Brooklyn 
Faulkner, G. L., merchant, Oak- 
land 
F'aulkner, W., importer, Brooklyn 
Faulkner, J., farmer, Altamont 
Faville, P., farmer, Livermore 
FAULKNER, D. A., blacksmith, 

Centerville 
Fauntlerjy, W. H., seaman, Oak- 
land 
Faust & Harum, Mission San Jose 
Faville, R., deputy assessor and 

constable, Pleasanton 
Fayan, J. J., miner, Oakland 
Fearey, A. W., marble cutter, 

Oakland 
Fearey, T. H., clerk, Oakland 
Fialio.M. J. .laborer, San Leandro 
Feeny, 0., laborer, Oakland 
Fee, J. II., Brooklyn 
Fee, 1'., laborer, Oakland 
Feeney, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Feerst, I., brewer, Mission San 

Jose 
F'eiby, W. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Felis.M., ranchoro. Warm Springs 
Felton, Chas., laborer, Midway 
F'elton, E. S., railroad employee, 

Brooklyn 
Fenn, J. L., mason, Oakland 
F\>no, M. F., watchman, Haywards 
Fenton, A. H., farmer, Brooklyn 
F'enton, J. R., carpenter, Oakland 
Ferguson, G. W., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Ferguson, J., laborer, Livermore 
Fernandez, J. L., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Ferrell, J. C, student, Oakland 
Ferris, B. F., notary, Oakland 
F'erris, 11., farmer, Haywards 



J. EOUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 637 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Building Fronts, at F. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



153 



Fereini, L. A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Ferry, M. C, physician, Mission 

San Jose 
Ferguson, G., solicitor, Brooklyn 
Ferrara, M., farmer, Centerville 
Ferrer a, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Fialgo, J. G., laborer, San Leandro 
Fieken, C, tanner, Livermore 
Fiddler, M., miner, Oakland 
fields, M. S., San Leandro 
Field, E., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Field, W. J., farmer. Brooklvn 
Field, S. I>., electrician, Oakland 
Fields, J. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Fields, J., farmer, Centerville 
Fields, Mrs. R., San Lorenzo 
Fillion, J. F., tinsmith, Oakland 
Finch, J. S., farmer, Hay wards 
Fink, Mrs. II., Alvarado 
Finley, J., fireman, Oakland 
Finch, II. G., real estate agent, 

Brooklyn 
Finch, J. S., farmer, Haywards 
Finkeldey. II., butcher. Oakland 
Finn, It., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Finney, J.W. J., painter. Oakland 
Finley, J. B., laborer, Alameda 
Finkeldey, Jr., H., butcher, Oak- 
land 
Finch, J.. Haywards 
Finney, E.. blacksmith, Alameda 
Finnegan, T. , laborer, Livermore 
Fiske, W. K., carpenter, Oakland 
Fisher, J., railroad man, Brook- 
. lyn 

Fish, S., carpenter, Alameda 
Fish, A., teamster, Oakland 
Fish. \V. H., printer, Oakland 
Fish, J., farmer, San Leandro 
Fish, X. !'., shoe maker, Brooklyn 
Fi-h, M. W., physician, Brooklyn 
Fisher, F. M., farmer, Oakland 
Fish, S., carpenter, Alameda 
Fisher, F. X., machinist, Hay- 
wards 
Fisher, W. P., carpenter, Alameda 



jlm. fish:. 

Dealer in 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS 

Ami Crockery Hare; 

Also, Wines and Liquors of the best 
quality. 

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West Oakland. 



Fitzgerald, M., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Fjtch, Gr. K., publisher, Brooklyn 
Fitzsirnmons, J., painter, Oakland 
Fitzgerald, J., blacksmith, Alva- 
rado 
Fitzgerald, G. S., farmer, Dough- 
erty Station 
Fitzgerald, M. C, farmer, Pleas- 

anton 
Fitzgerald, J. H., metallurgist, 

Oakland 
Fitzgerald, 31., 'farmer, Haywards 
Fitzgerald, Morris, laborer, Hay- 

iraCrds 
Fitzgerald, G. S., brass moulder, 

Livermore 
Fitzgerald, J. E., store keeper, 

Oakland 
Fitzgerald, J., livery stable, Oak- 
land 
Fitzgibbons, J., painter, Oakland 
Flanagan, A., gardener, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Flanagau, C, laborer, Oakland 
Flaherty, It., laborer, Brooklyn 
Flannagan, P., blacksmith, Mis- 
sion San Jose 



Flaherty, T., laborer, Oakland 
Flanagan, J., laborer, Oakland 
Flannery, J., laborer, Oakland 
Fleming, Mrs. M.. San Leandro 
Fletcher, K. J., laborer, Oakland 
Flemming, W., teamster, Oakland 
Homing, J., gardener, Brooklyn 
Fleming, S. K., apothecary, San 

Leandro 
Fletcher, J., farmer, Livermore 
Fletcher. R. F., insurance agent, 

Alameda 
Fletcher, L. P., farmer, Livermore 
Fleischner, P., clerk, Oakland 
Flerring, J. & Co., liquor dealers, 

Brooklyn 
Fleming it Co., liquor dealers, 

Brooklyn 
Fletcher, John F., carpenter, 

Brooklyn 
Flint, A. P., accountant, Oakland 
Flint, E. T., sheop raiser, Oakland 
Flint & Gray, Oakland 
Flood, W. A., stone cutter, Oak- 
land 
Flores, F., farmer, San Leandro 
Flores, J., laborer, Livermore 
Flores, A., laborer, Haywards 
Floracia, J., blacksmith, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Flood, L, laborer, Brooklyn 
Flores, F., laborer, Haywards 
Flynn, J., saloon keeper, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Flvnn, J., laundryman, Wesf, Oak- 
land 
Flynn, W. G., saloon keeper, Ala- 
meda 
Flvnn, M., laborer, Oakland 
Flynn, P., hostler, Oakland 
Flye, R. 1)., drayman, Haywards 
Foard, G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Fogg, P., laborer, Pleasanton 
Foley, J., laborer, Livermore 
Foley, W., laborer, Oakland 
Foley, D., laborer, Oakland 
Foley, 31., laborer. West Oakland 
Foley, W. H., caulKer, Oakland 
Fonsick, J. J., San Leandro 
Fonte, A., merchant, Brooklyn 
Fonda, G. H., R R foreman, Oak- 
land 
Foote, X. P., painter, Washington 

Corners 
Foote, W. W., attorney at law, 

Oa I; land 
Fortune, R. G., carpenter, Oakland 
Forbes, G., stage driver, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Fortado, F. P., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Forbes, A., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Forbes, A. F., painter, Oakland 
Ford, B. P., blacksmith, 3Iission 

San Jose 
Ford, T., broker, Oakland 
Ford, D., marble polisher, Oak- 
land 
Ford, J. B., lumberman, Oakland 
Ford, J. F., farmer, Livermore 
Ford, P. J., gardener, San Lorenzo 
Fordhaui, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Fordham, 11., gardener, Oakland 
Forney, G. W., bar tender, Oak- 
land 
Fortara, F. P., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Forth, G., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Foscolini, G., farmer, Livermore 
Foscolini, J., farmer, Livermore 
Foscolini, S., farmer, Pleasanton 
Foster, E., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Foster 31., farmer, Alvaiado 
Foster, S., merchant, Oakland 
Foster, Jr., W. H., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Foster, C. H., carpenter, Alameda 



Fostino, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Foster, C. EL, architect and build- 
er, Alameda 
Foster. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Fosca ino, J., farmer. Pleasanton 
Foscalina, F., stock herder, Liver- 
more 
Foster, E., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Foulks, J. K., clerk, Oakland 
Fowler, John, ia-mer, Oakbnl 
Fowler, J. 31., laborer, Oakland 
Fowler, J., insurance agent, Oak- 
land 
Fowler, F. L., clerk, Oakland 
Fox, J. S., carpenter, Oakland 
Fox, J. T., carpenter, Oakland 
Fox, R. D., carpenter, Oakland 
Fox, W. K., physician, Haywards 
Fox, H. W., miner, Oakland 
Fox, J., hostler, Oakland 
F'ox, L., tinner, Oakland 
Fox, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
Fox, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Fox, J., railroad contractor, Oak- 
land , _ ■ , 
Foxwell, G. W., laborer, jurooklyn 
Fox, G., farmer. Alameda 
Foy, J.W., blacksmith. Livermore 
Foy, 3Iartin, railroad foreman, 

San Leandro 
Foye, AV. H., builder, Oakland 
Fransen, H., Oakland 
Frates, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Fraga, F., farmer, Haywards 
Fraga, J., farmer, Haywards 
Fraga, J., farmer, Haywards 
Frayzer. J., farmer, Centerville 
Frates, J., farmer, Centerville 
Francis, Rev. J., Brooklyn 
Frates & Jackson, farmers, Brook- 

Frates, F. P., farmer, Brooklyn 
F'rancisco, 31., farmer, Centerville 
France, S., farmer, Alvaiado 
Franco, P., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
Franzen, P., agent X. Y. Brewery, 

Livermore 
Fracker, J. D., farmer, Haywards 
F'rancis, A., laborer, Alvarado 
Francis, A., laborer, Centerville 
Frakes, L. S., farmer. Livermore 
Francis, S. A., carpenter, Oakland 
F'rancisco, J., carpenter, San Le- 
andro 
Francis, C, laborer, Oakland 
Franci, H. A., hotel keeper, Liv- 
ermore 
Franco, P. B., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
Franz, S-, farmer, Alvarado 
Franzen, P., teamster, Livermore 
Franklin, C, saddler, Haywards 
Franklin, 31., farmer, Brooklyn 
Frank, V., farmer, Livermore 
Frank, H., teacher, Oakland 
Frank, 31., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Frank, J., railroad man, Oakland 
Franck, C., barkeeper, Oakland 
Frank, 31., laborer, San Leandro 
Frank, C. J., real estate, San Le- 
andro 
Franklin, W., carpenter, San Le- 
andro 
Fraser, T., minister, Oakland 
Fraube, H., jeweler, Alameda 
Frazer, S. W.. carpenter, Oakland 
Frazer, A., laborer, Oakland 
F'rawley, T., farmer, Livermore 
Freanor, J. A., gentleman, Oak- 
land 
Frederick, J. painter, Oakland 
Frederickson, X., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Frederickson, C, farmer, Liver- 
more 
Freeborn, W., expressman, Hay- 
wards 



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154 



L. L. PAULSON'S DIRECTORY 



Freeborn, W. H., hotel keeper, 

Temescal 
FREEMAN, G.E., furniture deal- 
er, Liveruiore 
Freeman, J. B., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Freeman, E. G., miner, Livermore 
Freeman, D., expressman, West 

Oakland 
Freitas, V. J., watchman, Ala- 
meda 
French, G. W., carpentor, Brook- 
lyn 
French, E. B,, farmer, Haywards 
French, R. II., ditch agent, Oak- 
land 
French, F., farmer, Pleasanton 
French, G. II., iarmor, Livermore 
Frese, E., druggist, Oakland 
French, E. B., farmer, Livermore 
Frey, C, butcher, Brooklyn 
Frey, J. F., laborer, Brooklyn 
Freeman, G. E., furniture and un- 
dertaking, Livermore 
Freer, C. II., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Freeney, M., Brooklyn 
Frick, E. II., heading machine, 

Pleasanton 
Frick, E. 11., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Frick, Henry, machinist, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Flick, Jr., E. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Frick, J., farmer, Livermore 
Frick, 11. A., farmer, Pleasanton 
Frickstad, K. T., laborer, Oak- 
land 
Frickstad, T. T., student, Oakland 
Friend, W. 11., accountant, Oak- 
land 
Frochlich, II., laborer, San Lean- 

dro 
Fromm, A., carpenter, Alameda 
Frost, W. I., engineer, Oakland 
Frost, II., San Lorenzo 
Froddon, V. M., carpenter, Ala- 

moda 
Fuchs, G., Brooklyn 
Fuller, S. S., engineer, Livermore 
Fuller, R., farmer, Livermore 
Fuller, \V. 11., farmer, Livermore 
Fuller, 15. B., laborer, Oakland 
Fuller, J. E., laborer, West Oak- 
land 
Fuller, E. J., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Fuller, F. 0., policeman, Oakland 
Fuller, F. 'I'., butchor, Pleasanton 
Fuller, E. 1., printer, Oakland 
Fuller, II. (!., bookkeeper, Oak- 

land 
Fullmer, G. L., carpenter, Oak- 
^ land 

Furbush, G., farmer, Haywards 
Furstenfeld. M., hotel koeper, 

Oakland 
Fursl & Herrmann, brewery, Mis- 
Bion San .Jose 



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Sable, 11., carpenter, Oakland 
Gabors, J. 11., fanner, San Lo- 
renzo 
Gading', X., Farmer, Haywards 
GADLNG, X., tanner, Mt. Eden 
Gading, •'., farmer, Mt. Eden 
GADING, J., farmer, Mt. Eden 



Gafford, J„ laborer, Haywards 
Gnfford, T., laborer, Haywards 
Gannon, J. B., merchant, Oakland 
Galloway. J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Galindo, N., farmer, Harrisburg 
Gallagher, D., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Gallagher, P. H., trunk maker, 

Livermore 
Gallot, J. A., livery man, San Lo- 

andro 
Galindo, A., laborer, Brooklyn 
Galindo, N., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Galindo, S., vaquoro, Brooklyn 
Galindo, F., fanner, Centorville 
Galway, J., farmer, Livermore 
Galloch, T., sailor, Oakland 
Gallagher, E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Gallaher, J., Oakland 
Gallivan, M., laborer, Oakland 
Gamon & Gleason, blacksmiths, 

San Leandro 
Gamba, L., restaurant keeper, Al- 
ameda 
Gamble, J., telegraph supt, Oak- 
land 
Gamboa, J., vaquoro, Livermore 
Gamwoll, F. B., teacher, Oakland 
Gannon, M., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Ganley, W., laborer, Oakland 
Gnnlett, J., driver, Washington 

Corners 
Gann, VV. T., farmer, Livermore 
Gann, E. P., farmer, Livermore 
Gansberger, E. H., farmer, San 

Lorenzo 
Gannon, J., laborer, Oakland 
Gant, A., coachman, Brooklyn 
Gannon, 11., Oakland 
Gans, L., upholsterer, Oakland 
Ganyon, M., Brooklyn 
Gansberger, Mrs. J. II., Haywards 
Gannon, J., blacksmith, San Le- 
andro 
Gannon, D., blacksmith, San Le- 
andro 
Gannon, M., blacksmith, San Le- 
andro 
Garcia, B., laborer, San Leandro 
Garcia, M., fanner, San Leandro 
Garcolon, S., physician, Oakland 
Gardiner, J. J., Oakland 
Gardiner, L. M., engineer, West 

Oakland 
Gariot, A., miner, Oakland 
Gariot, A., sign painter, Oakland 
Garthwait, C, fanner, Livermore 
Garthwaite, W.W., clerk, Oakland 
Garrett, W. II., farmer, Oakland 
Garcia, J. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Garcia, J as., farmer, Brooklyn 
Garcia, G., farmer, Oakland 
Garcia, P., farmer, Oakland 
Garcia, G., farmer, Oakland 
Garcia, J., fanner, Brooklyn 
Garcia, ]!., laborer, Haywards 
Garcia, F., tanner, Haywards 
Garcia, A., watchman R. R., Cen- 

tervillo 
Garvy, T., laboror. Brooklyn 
Garron, L. (J. .saloon proptr, Oak- 
land 
Gardner, W., farmer, Oakland 
Gardner, R. L., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Gardner, J. H., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Gardner, H. W., Oakland 
Garness, J. R , agont, Oakland 
Garry, A., laborer, Oakland 
Oartnor, F. W., machinist, Oak- 
land 
Gartlan, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
Gardemeyer, C, farmer, Liver- 
more 
Garvitt, E. W., farmer, Alameda 
Gartland, G., teamster, Brooklyn 



Gardiner, W. C, lawyer, Mission 

San Jose 
Garcelia, S. 

Caspar, A., gardener, Brooklyn 
Gaspit, A., farmer, Centorville 
Gascock, W. H., attorney at law, 

Oakland 
Gast, F., enginoor, Oakland 
Gast, C, engineer, Oakland 
Gates, E., butcher, Brooklyn 
Gates, D. C. , clerk, San Leandro 
Geary, P., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Gearey, II., farmer, Haywards 
Goany, R. J., C. P. R. R, Alameda 
Geary, H. K., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Geary, W. H., Mission San Jose 
Gee, B., tailor, West Oakland 
Gee, J. P., laboror, Oakland 
Geercko, 0., farmor, San Lozenzo 
Gelatt, W. W., tinsmith, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Gelwicks, D. W., printer, Oakland 
Gelich, P., fruit dealer, Livermore 
Gentner, C. L., butcher, Oakland 
George, A., farmer, Alvarado 
George, J. M., plasterer. Mission 

San Jose 
Goorgiani & Co., salt works, Mt. 

Eden 
Gorst, G., merchant, Livermore 
Gornant. H., teamster, Livermore 
Gorstenborg, F., engineer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Gorke, G., blacksmith, Livermore 
Goroine, A., teamster, Brooklyn 
Getchell, J. C, tinner, Oakland 
Getchell, R. N„ clerk, Oakland 
Gibbons, W., student, Alameda 
Gibbons, W. P., physician, Ala- 
meda 
Gibbons, W., hotel keeper, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Gibbons, R.. merchant, Oakland 
Gibbons, A., bookkeeper, Ala- 
meda 
Gibbons, R., draftsman, Alameda 
Gibbons, E., physician, Brooklyn 
Gibson, H. T., clerk, Oakland 
Gibson, A., laborer, Alameda 
Gibson, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Gibbs, C. H., barber, West Oak- 
land 
Gibbs, J. S., carpentor, Oakland 
Giblin, G., Brooklyn 
Gibson, E., Harrisburg 
Gibbons, W., saloon keeper, Liv- 
ermore 
Gibbert, P., stove monger, Alva- 
rado 
Gibbons, P., laborer, Oakland 
Gibson, W., engineer, Brooklyn 
Gill, G. J., gardener, Oakland 
Gill, li. B., engineer, San Leandro 
Gillis, J., saloon koeper, Liver- 
more 
Giles, F. S., millman, Oakland 
Gilmore, T., spar maker, Oakland 
Gilbert, P., fireman, Alvarado 
Gilson, J. C, principal Public 

Schools, Ploasanton 
Gillis, J., farmer, Dougherty Sta- 
tion 
Giles, E. L., carpentor, Centorville 
Gilmore, T. P. & J. II., farmers, 

San Lorenzo 
Gilmartin, D., farmer, Washing- 

ington Corners 
Gill, T., laborer, San Leandro 
Gilmore, R., farmer, San Leandro 
Gilmore, F., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Gilerest, F.M., carpentor, Oakland 
Gilman, F„ tanner, Alvarado 
Oilman, Jr., S., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Gilman, J. T,, farmor, Alameda 
Gilman, M. M., clerk. Oakland 



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OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



155 



Gilraan, N., miner, Oakland 
Oilman, J. R., carpenter, Oakland 
Oilman, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Gilgan, J., laborer, Oakland 
Gil martin, P., farmer, Centorville 
Gil martin, D., farmer, Centorville 
Gilardin, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Oilardin, A., teamster, Brooklyn 
Gilbert. M. E., telegraph operator, 

Oakland 
Gilbert, A. A., clerk, Oakland 
Gilson, J. C, teacher, Washington 

Corners 
Gill, F. W., cashier, Oakland 
(Jill, II., farmer, Livermoro 
Oillis, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Gillet, I. N., railroadman, West 

Oakland 
Ginn, J. Q., journalist, Mission 

San Jose 
Girard, P. F., Oakland 
Glass, W. C, railroad conductor, 

Brooklyn 
Glancy, B., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Glass, F., laborer, Alameda 
Glass, J. W., geologist, Oakland 
Glaskin, T., merchant, Livermoro 
Gkiskins, C, gunner, Oakland 
Gladding, C. B., tank maker, Oak- 
land 
Glenan, T., farmer, Oakland 
Oleason, J. M., caulker, Oakland 
Gleason, D. H., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Gloeson, J., farmer, Livermoro 
Glor, J. G., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Gnarini, L., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Glover, J. R., surveyor, Brooklyn 
Glover, 11. 1., farmer, San Leandro 
Glovor, J., peddler, Washington 

Corners 
Gochutt, F., carpenter, Oakland 
Godart, 11., laborer, Brooklyn 
GODCHAUX, P., hotel keeper, 

San Leandro 
Goetz, L., stove dealer, Alvarado 
Goerne", T., harness maker, Liv- 
ermore 
Goforth, W., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Goff. E. II., carpenter, Livermoro 
Oohsen, C, painter. West Oakland 
Gohennot. R., Alameda 
Goldschmidt.A.,clerk, Pleasanton 
Golard, J. V., laborer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Goldman & Arendt,' general mer- 
chandise, Pleasanton 
Golde, II., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Goldman, I. W., merchant, Ploas- 

anton 
Golden, J. L., engineer, Brooklyn 
Gomes, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Gomez, V., laborer, Alameda 
Gooby,. J. .railroad foreman, Brook- 
lyn 
Goodspeed, C. M., teamster, Oak- 
land 
Goodnight, G., farmer, Mission 

San Joso 
Goodrich, J.V. B., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Goodall, G. B., teacher, Oakland 
Goi d '11, G. A., saddler, Hay wards 
Goodman, G., artificial stone ma- 
ker, Oakland 
Goodwin, C. F.. laborer, Brooklyn 
Goodwin, T. A., constable, West 

Oakland 
Goodman, T., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Gobley, A., section foreman, Niles 
Goodfellovv, C, machinist, San Le- 
andro 
Goodman, J. J., boilor maker, 

Oakland 
Goodman, D., moulder, Alvarado 
Gorman, T., tanner, Livermore 



GORNER, T., saddles and harness, 

Livermore 
Gorner, C., saddler, Livermore 
Oormlcy, J., tinsmith, Brooklyn 
Oore, W. B., painter, Oakland 
Gould, IL, milling, Oakland 
Oouldin, J. C, clerk. Brooklyn 
Gordon, C. T., stevedore, Oakland 
Gordan, R., teamster, Mt. Eden 
Gordon, J. S. G., poulterer, Brook- 
lyn 
Gordon, J. IL, poultry, Oakland 
Gordon, C, oysterman, Oakland 
Gordon, A. P., carpenter, Oakland 
Gordon, E. S., carpenter, Oakland 
Gorman, J., farmer, Haywards 
Gorman, P., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Gorman. B., laborer, Oakland 
Gorton, C. H., painter, Alameda 
Gormley, J., tinsmith, Brooklyn 
Gorrill, C. IL, bridge b'd'r, Oak- 
land 
Gowell, 0., Brooklyn 
GOYETTE,J.,saddler,Pleasanton 
Graves, W. H. 11. , bookkeeper. 

Mission San Joso 
Granger, Jr., F. B., copyist, Alva- 
rado 
Gray, R., butcher, Oakland 
Gracoy, Mrs. M. J., Brooklyn 
Graff, J., laborer, San Leandro 
Graves, Mrs. J. L., San Leandro 
Gray, J., carpenter, Alameda 
Graham, Jas., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Graham, W., miller, Oakland 
Graham, R. W., butcher, Liver- 
more 
Graham, J. W., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Graham, J., foreman, Oakland 
Graham, G. S., carpenter, Oakland 
Gragg, A.W.. carpenter, Alvarado 
Granninger, L., farmer, Brooklyn 
Granger, F. B., farmer, Alvarado 
Graves, L., brakeman, Oakland 
Grady, J., laundryman, Oakland 
Grant, J. B., farmer, Centorville 
Grant, IL, barkeeper, Oakland 
Gray, D. B., minister, West Oak- 
land 
Gray, C. H., ranchman, San Lean- 
dro 
Gray, T. J., farmer, Oakland 
Gray, A., miner, Oakland 
Gray, YV. 0., merchant, West Oak- 
land 
Gray, W. M., carpenter, Oakland 
Gray, A. G., farmer, Haywards 
Gray, G. IL, lawyer, Oakland 
Gray, Jas. M., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Gray, Jos. M., engineer, Oakland 
Gray, G. D., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Gray, S., tailor, Oakland 
Gray, R., clerk, Brooklyn 
Gray, P. C, farmer, San Loandro 
Grants, C, miner, Brooklyn 
Grayson, G. W., miner, Oakland 
Oracy, S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Gray, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
Graham, E., farmer, Alameda 
Gracy, S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Graham, J., moulder, Alvarado 
Grau, J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Granger, F. B., farmer, Alvarado 
Gragg, A. W., builder, Alvarado 
Grady, M., gardener, Oakland 
Graham, W ., gardener, Oakland 
Graham, W. F., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Grant, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Gray, J. J., farmer, Alvarado 
Green, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Greene, W. E., lawyer, Oakland 
Gregory, W., farmer, Livermoro 
Green, John, painter, Brooklyn 
Green, M. W., carpenter, Oakland 



Green, H., farmer, Livermore 
Green, M., laborer, Oakland 
Green, A., merchant, Alameda 
Green, W., hatter, Alameda 
Green, J. H., painter, Alameda 
Gregory, W., farmer, Livermore 
Green, J. C, baker, Mission San 

Jose 
Greeley, J.. P, laborer, Altamont 
Grendell, J., laborer, Haywards 
Gregg, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Green, T., physician, Oakland 
GREGORY, H. C, postmaster, 

Centorville 
GREGORY, L., attorney, Center- 

ville 
Groen, J., merchant, Dougherty 

Station 
Green, J., wood dealer, Alameda 
Green, H., laborer, West Oakland 
Groen, L. N., teamstor, Brooklyn 
Green, W., laborer, Oakland 
Oreon, D. J., horse trainer, Oak- 
land 
Green, M., shoe maker, San Lo- 
renzo 
Grewing, W., laborer, Oakland 
Gregory, J., farmer, Mission San 

Joso 
Gregory, II.' P., salesman, Oakland 
Gregory, J. W., stair builder, Oak- 
land 
Gregory, H., clerk, Alvarado 
Greenhood, J., merchant, Oakland 
Gregg, John, farmer, Brooklyn 
Gregg, Jas., merchant, Alvarado 
Greany, J., farmer, Oakland 
Gresel, C, farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Greeley, F. W., expressman, San 

Leandro 
Greasman, J., tailor, Oakland 
Griffith, A. IL, lawyer, Broo Jyn 
Griffith, M., farmer, Centerville 
Griffith, S., butcher, Brooklyn 
Griffin, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Griffin, W. J., carpenter, Alvarado 
Griffin, J., brick mason, Brooklyn 
Grigsby, H. C, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Gridley, C. A., merchant, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Grieswood, T. K., farmer, Pleas- 
anton 
Gries, F., farmer, Livermore 
Gries, II. , barkeeper, Livermore 
Grimm, F., hunter, Oakland 
Grimme, C, clerk, Oakland 
Gribben, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Gribbon, W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Grinnell, W. E., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Grinnell, H. F., grocer, Oakland 
Grieves, W., teamster, Oakland 
Griswold, G. G., merchant, San 

Leandro 
Griffin, J., wheelwright, Alvarado 
Griffin, W. J., carpenter, Alvarado 
Grigsby, H. C-, farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Griffin, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Griffis, S., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Grisewood, J. S., farmer, Pleasan- 
ton" 
Grindell, J., laborer, Haywards 
Griffin, I)., harness manuf, Brook- 
lyn 
Grinwood, A. I)., Brooklyn 
Griffin, T., wheelwright, Alvarado 
Griffith, S., laborer, Niles 
Griin, C, saloon, Mt. Eden 
Orover, E., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Groves, N. T., salesman, Oakland 
Gross, A., laborer, W. 0. 
Gross, W., marble works, Oakland 
Groner, F., brewer, Brooklyn 
Grueninger, J., blacksmith, Alva- 
rado 
Gruenewald, G., brewer, Alameda 



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Gudopp, Mrs. H., Alameda 
Gurnotto, Pierre, blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Guerin,0., gasfitter, Brooklyn 
Guilo, I). B., laborer, Oakland 
Guinan, M., saloonkeeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Guirado, R. C, druggist, Oakland' 
Guicosta, A., laundryman, Brook- 
lyn 
Guntzenberg, F., steward county 

hospital, Brooklyn 
Gumand, B., watch maker, Oak- 
land 
Gr.nn, John C, mariner, Oakland 
Gunn, W. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Gunn, W. J., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Gunn, T., farmer, Summit 
Guntor, G. W., farmer, Oakland 
Guthrie, S., engineer, Oakland 
Gnrgivitz, J., Brooklyn 
Gurnett, W. J., furniture dealer, 

Oakland 
Gurnoy, S. H., physician, Alva- 

rado 
Guy, M. II., stone cutter, Brooklyn 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

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San Francisco. 



Haas, B. S., jeweler, Haywards 
Haas W., Farmers' Exchange, 

Li verm ore 
Haas, Mrs. M., San Leandro 
Haas, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Haas, J. G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Haas, A. N., conductor, West Oak- 
land 
Haas, B., baker, Oakland 
Haass, L. J., farmer, Haywards 
Baase, W., painter, Oakland 
Hadley, S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hadsell, L., farmer, Pleasanton 
Bead, R. G., contractor, Alameda 
Hails. ill, t;., farmer, Sunol 
Hadsell & Ault, flour mills, Niles 



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HAERA P., hotel, Midway 
Baeny, Mrs. Ann, Alameda 
Baera, P., hotel keeper, Altamont 
Bagely, M., brewer, Haywards 
Ilagan, J., tinsmith, Centorville 
Haggin & J'evis, S. F. 
Bagan, J. S., tinsmith, Contervillo 
Hair, Mr. A. J., postmaster, L>o- 

coto 
II A 1 N ES, I. B., farmer, Alvarado 
Haight, 11. 11., attorney at law, 

Alameda 
Haile, 0. II., farmer, Alamoda 
Baislep, i). F., lawyer, Brooklyn 
Baile, M rs. L., Alameda 
Baines, E. A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Bailor, D., farmor, Washington 

Corners 
Baley, \V. II., farmor, Centorville 
Balverson, 1'. A., farmor, San 

Lorenzo 
llallannn, J., steward, Brooklyn 
Hairy. ('. S., farmer, Centorville 



Haley, Eb., farmer, Centervillo 
Haley, W. W., farmer, Centervillo 
Haley, Ed., farmer, Centervillo 
HALL, A. R., assessor, Haywards 
Hall, C. A., Brooklyn 
Haley, F., blacksmith, Alameda 
Hally & Curvey, blacksmiths, 

Alamoda 
Hall, E. L. Dep. tax collector, 

Brooklyn 
Halo, E. M., meltor, Alvarado 
Hall, E. W., carpenter, Livermore 
Hall, F. T., paper hanger, Oakland 
Hall, J., laborer. Mission San Jose 
Hall, D. K., painter, Oakland 
Halley, J. J., printer, Oakland 
Hallihan, T. F., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Halpin, D., coachman, Oakland 
Halpin, J., laborer, Oakland 
Hale, T. T., officer lnd. School, 

Oakland 
Hale, II. A., tinsmith, San Lean- 
dro 
Hale, B., porter, Alameda 
Haley, C. S., farmer, Alvarado 
Haley, F., laborer,jAlameda 
Haley, I. M., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Haley, P., waiter, Oakland 
Halihan, J., oysterman, Oakland 
Hall, W. X., carriage maker, Oak- 
land 
Hall, F. M., clerk, Oakland 
Ball, B., accountant, Oakland 
Ball, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Ball, W. II., farmer, Haywards 
Hall, R. B., physician, Centervillo 
Hall, H. C, painter, Oakland 
Hall, J. L., carpenter, Oakland 
Hall, F. S., clerk, Oakland 
Hall, J., painter, Oakland 
Hall, J., printer, Oakland 
Hall, E., machinist, Oakland 
Ballahan, F., tailor, Brooklyn 
Hallett, J. R., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Halstead, J. M., sewing machines, 

Oakland 
Ham. C. H., teacher, Alameda 
Hamburg, J. W., carpenter, Pleas- 

santon 
Ilamer, S. S., farmer, Alameda 
Hamer, M. C. S., harness maker, 

Haywards 
Hamer, J. A., farmor, Alameda 
Hamilton, J. L. N., lawyer, Hay- 
wards 
Hamilton, R., saddler, Mission 

San Jose 
Hamlin, A. R., carpenter, Alameda 
Hamlin, J. W., farmer, Alameda 
Hammers, J)., saddler, Brooklyn 
llammoll, E. S. P., blacksmith, 

Oakland 
Hampel, J., farmor, Brooklyn 
Hampton, 11., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Bamby, 11., carpenter, Oakland 
Hampton, J. W., laborer, Mission 

San .lose 
Hamlin, ()., grocer, Alameda 
Hamer, Mrs. E. V., Haywards 
llamersmith, Mrs. — , Haywards 
Hamilton, J., lawyer, Oakland 
Hamilton, J., blacksmith, Ala- 
meda 
Hamlin, Mrs. R., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Hammers, D., saddler, Brooklyn 
Bampell, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hamer, C., saddler, Haywards 
Hanson, J., master mariner, Ala- 
meda 
Hanson, C. P., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Hanson, A., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Hanson, R., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Hanks, M., farmer, Niles 
Hansen, N., laborer, Pleasanton 



Hanson, M., butcher, Livermore 
Hanson, C, molder, Alvarado 
Hansen, J. P., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Hanson, J. C, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Hansen, 11. P., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Hansen, J. I., farmer, Mt. Eden 
HANTZSCH, C, lock and black- 
smith, Haywards 
Harrison & Smith, livery stable, 

Livermore 
Hanson, J. I., Alameda 
Hand, J. W», merchant, Center- 
villo 
Hanley, G., laborer, Oakland 
Hanson, F., trader, Alameda 
Ilanavan, P., carpenter, Oakland 
Hand, J. S-, carpenter, Haywards 
Handerman, H., laborer, Alvarado 
Handy, J. II., blacksmith, Mission 

San Jose 
Handy, J. B., preacher, Oakland 
Hanford, J. P., farmer, Livermore 
Hanifin, M., tinsmith, Oakland 
Hanifin, J., printer, Oakland 
Hanks, M., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Hanley, P., shoe maker, Oakland 
Hannaford, J. G., liquor dealer, 

Oakland 
Hannan, W. J., laundryman, West 

Oakland 
Hannan, M., laborer, Dublin 
Hanovan, J., laborer, Oakland 
Hanzo, A., cook, West Oakland 
Hausberry, P., laborer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Hansen, L. P., shoe maker, Hay- 
wards 
Hansen, A. H., ship owner, Oak- 
land 
Hansen, F., sailor, Brooklyn 
Hanson, K., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Hanson, M. P., laundryman, West 

Oakland 
Hanson, J., coachman, Oakland 
Hanson, S., farmer, Alameda 
Hanzo, A., cook, West Oakland 
Haqucns, T., laborer, Pleasanton 
Harding, W., carpenter, Oakland 
Harding, J. C, laborer, Center- 
villo 
Hardman, J. H., gold and silver 

plater, Alameda 
Harrell, A., baker, Oakland 
Harris, J. 11., assistant secretary 

University College, Oakland 
Harris, C., carpenter, Oakland 
Hartley, J. A., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Harlan, E. C, farmer, Livermore 
Harper, J. M., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Haitman, F., farmor, Alameda 
Hart, M. A., Brooklyn 

Harrison, Capt. , ship keeper, 

Brooklyn 
Harbaugh, F., Oakland 
ilardmver, J. W., dairyman, 

Oakland 
Harlan, G. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Haralson, W. I)., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Harp, W. E., farmer, Livermore 
Hart, J., laborer, Midway 
Hare, A. J., station and post 

mastor, Decota 
HARLAN, A. P., post master and 
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s agent, Al- 
tamont 
Harvey, R., saddler, Livermore 
Harder, P., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Harder, J., farmor, Mt. Eden 
Harmon, Mrs. M. S., Washington 

Corners 
Harlan, G. A., farmor, Sunol 
Harmon, Miss K., Washington 

Corners 
Harlan, M. II., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Harrington, A., farmer, Mt. Edon 



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HARMON, S. S., principal Col- 
lege, Washington Corners' 
Harmon, Mrs. F. W., associate 

principal, Washington Corners 
Harmon, C. P., teacher matho- 

mathics, Washington Cornors 
Haralson, W. D., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Harden, J. B., wheelwright, Oak- 
land 
Hardenbergh, H. D., carpenter, 

Oakland 
Harder, J. farmer, Haywards 
Haiders, J. C. C, carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Hardmeyor,W., bookkeeper, Oak- 
hind 
Hard wick, E. P., mariner, Oak- 
land 
Hardwick, C, lumberman, Oak- 
land 
'Hard wick, T., farmer, Temescal 
Hardy, 13. R., printer, Oakland 
Hare, A. J., agent, Alvarado 
Harker, M., minister, Brooklyn 
Hargaden, i'., laborer, Pleasanton 
Harlan, M., farmer, Centerville 
Harlan, E. C, farmer, Haywards 
llarlin, M. H., farmer, San Lo- 

andro 
Harlan, W., farmer, Vallejo Mills 
Harley, J. M., farmer, Livermoro 
Harlke, 11. L., gardener, Oakland 
Harlow, A. B., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Harman, A. C, warehouseman, 

Livermore 
Harmon, E. D., farmer, Oakland 
Harmon, A. K. P., miner, Oakland 
Harmon, A., carpenter, West Oak- 
land 
Harmon, D., law student, Oakland 
Harmon, J. A., merchant, Oakland 
Harms, T. A., tanner, Haywards 
Harnden, F. A., bank clerk, Ala- 
meda 
Harndon, W. H., bank clerk, Ala- 
meda 
Harper, L., farmer, Brooklyn 
Harper, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Harper, H. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Harrington, A., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Harrington, P, J., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Harrington, H. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Harrington, C. F., painter, Oak- 
land 
Harrington, D., miner, Pleasanton 
Harris, E., storage, Oakland 
Harris, S., farmer, Oakland 
Harris, C., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Harris, H., wheelwright, Oakland 
Harris, T., sheep raiser, Livermore 
Hani-, Jos., trader, Livermore 
Harris, \V., musician, Oakland 
Harris, A., laborer, Alameda 
Harris, W. K., barber, Oakland 
Harris, J., merchant tailor, Oak- 
land 
HARRISON & SMITH, livery 

stable, Livermore 
Harrison, M., laborer, Oakland 
Harrison, W. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Harrison, C. T., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Harrison, W. P., painter, Oakland 
Hart, E., laborer, Haywards 
Hart, J. F., photographer, Oak- 
land 
Hart, C. B., searcher, Oakland 
Harte, J. W., steieotyper, Oakland 
Hartman, F., farmer, Alameda 
Hartman, H., farmer, Livermoro 
Hartman, F., farmer, Livermoro 
Hartman, A. E., jeweler, Oakland 



Hartman, H., ship carpenter,Oak- 

land 
Hartman, S., shipwright, Oakland 
llartwoll, H. II., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Hart wig, T., marble cutter, Oak- 
land 
Harvey, J., farmer, Haywards 
Harvey, D., farmer, Alvaiado 
Harvey, S. P., farmer, Alvaiado 
Harvey, C, laborer, San Lorenzo 
Harvey, B. P., engineer, Alvarado 
llarvoy, J. W., fanner, Alvarado 
Haskell, A. I)., carpenter, Alamo- 
da 
Haskell, C. E., brakoman, West 

Oakland 
Haskell, F. P., clerk, Oakland 
Haskell, W. W., clerk, Alameda 
Haskin, E. W., clerk, Oakland 
Haskins, J. N., teacher, Oakland 
Hasiohurst. W., superintendent, 

San Leandro 
Haslehurst, C, farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Haslett, S. P., printer, Oakland 
Hassell, A. 1)., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Hassingor, J. II., machinist, Liver- 
more 
Haste, II., coal dealer, Oakland 
Hastings, S. A., farmer, Alameda 
Hastings, L. B., clerk, Oakland 
Hass, S., brewer, Haywards 
Haskins, J., real estate agent, 

Alainoda 
Hatch, H. F., mechanic, Liver- 
more 
Hatch, T. II., San Francisco 
Hattahan, F., tailor, Brooklyn 
Hatterbrink, W., tailor, Brooklyn 
Hatfield, L., watchman, Oakland 
Hatch, A. P., farmer, Oakland 
Hathaway, C. W., merchant, San 
Lorenzo • 

Hathaway, E., San Lorenzo 
Hathaway, A. V., carriage maker, 

Haywaids 
Hauschildt, J., farmer, Haywards 
Hauschildt, J. H. C, miller, Oak- 
land 
Hauslor, F., farmer, Dublin 
llaislor, J., laborer, Mission - San 

Jose 
Haudlan, J. B., hotel, Alvarado 
Hauschildt, T., farmer, Haywards 
Haven & Hint, S. F. 
Havarlan, J., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Haven, A. L., farmer, Oakland 
Havens, F. C., clerk, Oakland 
Havens, C. 1)., cashier, Oakland 
Havey, J., painter, Oakland 
Havens, A. W., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Hawes, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hawos, 0. 1L, clerk, Oakland 
Hawkett, A. W., contractor, Oak- 
land 
Hawkins, H. E., laborer, Oakland 
Hawkins, L. L., student, Oakland 
Hawloy, H. B., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Hay, R. R., apothecary, Oakland 
Hawkins, 0., fanner, Alameda 
Hawley, J., carpenter, Alvarado 
Hayes, D. J ., laborer, Oakland 
Hays, E. B., carpentor, Oakland 
Hayes, J. T., laborer, Alvarado 
Hays, R., farmer, Alvarado 
Hayes & Co., butchers, Brooklyn 
Haynes, Mrs. H. P., Brooklyn 
Hayzilden, T., carpenter, Alameda 
Hayward, W., hotel keeper, Hay- 
wards 
HAYWARDS DRUG STORE, 

Haywards 
Hayden, J. II., carpentor, Brook- 
lyn 



HAYES, W., farmer, Alvarado 
Hayes, J., blacksmith, Livermore 
Hayden, W., cabinet maker, Oak- 
land 
Hayes, T. P., carriage trimmer, 

San Leandro 
Hayes, C. IL, bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Hayden, L. T., dairyman, Alva- 
rado 
Hayes, M., grocer, Oakland 
Hayes, l'hos., farmer, Dub. in 
Hayes, T., tinner, Dublin 
Hayes, W. 0., clerk, Oakland 
Hayes, H. E., railroadman, Brook- 
lyn 
Hayes, J. B., gardener, Oakland 
Hayes, D., lumberman, Oakland 
Hayes, E. R., jeweler, Oakland 
Hayes, C. D., merchant, Oakland 
Hays, J. Coffee, farmer, Oakland 
Hays, J. Caperton, fanner, Oak- 
land 
Haynes, W., seaman, Oakland 
Haywood, S., farmer, Oakland 
Hayworth, J., laborer, Oakland 
Head, R. U., contractor, Alameda 
Healy, J. H., telegrapher, Oakland 
Heaney, T., bricklayer, Oakland 
Healy, Mrs. J., Mission San Jose 
Hoaston, J., laborer, iJruoklyn 
Head, \V. Y., farmer, Oakland 
Healey, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Healey, J. M., machinist, Oakland 
Healey, P., laborer, Oakland 
Healey, P. J., shoemaker, Oakland 
Heartt, C. L., conductor, Oakland 
Heath, C, dentist, Oakland 
Heckman, F., shoemaker, Oakland 
Hedrick, W., laborer, Pleasanton 
Heenal, 1'., farmer, Livermore 
Hoeney, M., laborer, Oakland 
Heeches, Mrs. C, Oakland 
Hoffernoss, J. J., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Hegoland, J. R., oyster man, Ala- 
meda 
liegeman, T., clerk, Oakland 
Heidom, H. C., Mission San Jose 
Hoidoon, C. H., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Hoidoon, II. , farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Heilner, S. A., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Heimbold, H. C, farmer, Oakland 
Heineburg, L., Oakland 
Heinzenberger, C. A., carpenter, 

San Leandro 
Heissler, J., miller, Washington 

Corners 
Helms, W. D., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Helling &, Co., butchers,' Alvarado 
Hold A., teacher, Brooklyn 
Helniore, T. W., plasterer, Oak- 
land 
Hellar, E. M., farmer, Haywards 
Helwig, F., laborer, Pleasanton < 
Hellar, T., farmer, ilaj'wards 
Hellar, W. T., farmer, Haywards 
Heller, D., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Helwig, J., butcher, Washington 

Corners 
Helwig, P., butcher, Alvarado 
Helman, C, laborer, Oakland 
Helms, W. D., farmer, Haywards 
Homfeld, F., mechanic, Mission 

San Jose 
Heinphill, U., baker, Oakland 
Hemphill, I., carpenter, Oakland 
Hemphill, C. F., baker, Oakland 
Hemstread, 0., clergyman, Pleas- 
anton 
Hempel, H., blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Hempel, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Henon, W.. bricklayer, Oakland 



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IlenniDgs, A., clerk. Oakland 
Henderkin, W., laborer, Teniescal 
Henion, J. K., farmer, Niies 
Hendrick, A., farmer, Alvarado 
Henry, C. D., fruit raiser, Hay- 
wards 
Hensen, L. P., shoe maker, Hay- 

wards 
Henrichsen, H. C, laborer, Mt. 
Eden 

Honnell, Mrs. , Brooklyn 

Henning, F. M., gardener, Oakland 
Henseler, W. Y., farmer, Oakland 
Herisley, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Henderson, Gh, farmer, Livermoro 
Henderson, 11. B., smith, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Henderson, T. D., sheep man, Liv- 

ermore 
Henderson, H. P., mechanic, Oak- 
land 
Hcndrickson, W. A., carpenter, 

West Oakland 
Henion, L>. D., farmer, Centerville 
Henion, J. H., clerk, Washington 

Corners 
Henion. J. K., farmer, Haywards 
Hennenhoffer,J.,railroading,Oak- 

land 
Henning, J., farmer, Livermore 
Henry, .)., laborer, Oakland 
Henry. C. E., mechanic, West Oak- 
land' 
Henry, C. D., carriage manuf, Hay- 
wards 
Henton, — —.farmer, Oakland 
Herbert, J., saloon keeper, Mis- 
sion San Jose 
Herbert, A., lapidary, Alameda 
Herbert, A., carpenter, Oakland 
llerbv, A., Oakland 
Herget, E. W., machinist, Oakland 
Herlihy, M., laborer, Brooklyn 



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Herman, E., clerk, Brooklyn 
Herman, i>., laborer, Livermore 
Hermger, K. F., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Heron, J., expressman, Alameda 
Herr, E., hack driver, Oakland 
Herrick, E., farmer, Livermore 
Herico, J. J., farmer, Sun Leandro 
Herring, T., farmor, Livermore 
Hersey, J. W., teacher, Oakland 
Hersoy, E. A., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 

I lei i/. P., saloon keeper, Oakland 

II ii rinann, C, brewer, Haywards 
Herbert, H. V., agent, Alameda 

1 1 ei bert, S. C, surveyor, Alameda 
Heringhi, S., druggist, Livermore 
Hormann, A., browcr, Mission San 

Jose 
Hen/,, ,1., blacksmith, Oakland 
II i e, l'.. tanner, ,\lt. Kden 

Hesse, E 'reliant, Alt. Eden 

Heslep, P. 0., agricultural works, 

l.i . ermore 
li I i , Mrs. M. A., Brooklyn 
Hoslep, .1., laborer, Brooklyn 
Hess, C., farmer, Alt. Eden 
II OS •. A., physician, Alameda 
Hesse, E.. merchant, Oakland 
lleimenhofi'er, .)., brakeman, Oak- 
land 
Heaston, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Houston, A., carpenter, Oakland 

1 1 ever. A., saloonkeeper, Alvarado 
lleyland, II., farmer, Brooklyn 



Heylands, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
lleyman, P., tinsmith, Oakland 
Hoyne, A., teacher, Alameda 
Heywood, P. P., insurance agent, 

Oakland 
Hewett, Gk, railroad conductor, 

Oakland 
Hewitt, M. D., farmer, Oakland 
Hewett, J. B., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Hewos, J., cabinet maker, Liver- 
more 
Hezlep, J. E., painter, Oakland 
Hibbrink, II., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hickolson, T. C, farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Hickman, I., blacksmith, Oakland 
Hicks, K. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hickoy, W., Brooklyn 
Hiuks, P., blacksmith, Livermore 
Hickok, L., carriage painter, Mis- 
sion San Jose 
Higaro, L>., laborer, Livermore 
Higaro, S., laborer, Livermore 
Higaro, J., laborer, Livermore 
Higgins, M. J., farmer, Livermore 
Higgins, B., laborer, Oakland 
Higgins, L)., laborer, Oakland 
High, W. 11., farmer, Oakland 
Highton, E. K., real estate, Ala- 
meda * 
Higuera, A., farmer, Mission San 

J ose 
.Higuera, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Highton, E. K., real estate dealer, 

Alameda 
Higuera, A., farmor, llarrisburg 
Higgins, U., well borer. Brooklyn 
Higuera, L., farmer, 1'leasanton 
Higuera, S., farmer, llarrisburg 
Higuera, J., farmer, llarrisburg 
Higiiora, T., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Higuera, N., farmer, llarrisburg 
Higuora, 11., farmer, llarrisburg 
Higuera, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Higuera, K., laborer, Pleasanton 
Higuera, C, laborer, Pleasanton 
Hiland, J., expressman, Oakland 
Hilkert, J. P., clerk, Oakland 
Hill, L., farmer, Livermore 
Hill, T., merchant, Brooklyn 
Hill, J. C. A., merchant, Oakland 
Hill, F. A., wagon maker, San 

Leandro 
Hill, A. B., clerk, Oakland 
Hill, L. C, laborer, Oakland 
Hill, J. B., minister, Alameda 
Hillegass, W., farmer, Oakland 
Hillier, II. T., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Hilling, H., paper hanger, Oak- 
land 
Ilillyer, W. II., laborer, Haywards 
Hillyer, W. A., clerk, Haywards 
Hilton, (L, teamster, Livermoro 
Hilton, J. W., farmer, Livermoro 
Hilton, H. B., machinist, San 

Leandro 
Hill, S., blacksmith, Oakland 
Bill, T.. shoemaker, Oakland 
Hill, .1., farmer, Oakland 
Hill, E., wheelwright. Haywards 
Hill, J. F., expressman, Oakland 
Hilton, F. II., Centerville 
Hill, O., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Hilton, L., livery and undertak- 
ing, Livermore 



Hilton, Miss — , assistant Mt. Eden 
School, Mt. Eden 

Hill, J., marblo polisher, Brook- 
lyn 

Hilton, F. II., shoemaker, Center- 
ville 

Iliinin -linann, A. F., wagon maker, 
San Leandro 

Hinckley, P. N., farmer, Liver- 
more 

Hinckley, D. B., foundry, Brook- 
lyn 

Hincklev, L. M., blacksmith, Va- 
lle'jo Mills 

Hinckley, F., engineer, San Lo- 
renzo 

Hinds, F. D., bookkeeper, West 
Oakland 

Hinton, C, farmer, Oakland 

Hincheon, J., sawyer, (Oakland 

Hinkley, P. A., farmer, Center- 
ville 

Haines, M., laborer, Brooklyn 

Hinckley, 0. D., farmer, Haywards 

Hinkley, M., farmer, Mt. Eden 

Hinckley, Miss K., milliner, Hay- 
wards 

Hinkloy, L. M., blacksmith, Niles 

Hirseh, B., merchant, Washington 
Corners 

H1KSCH, J., general merchan- 
dise, Washington Corners 



Hirshberg & Gfreenbauni, 

Dealers in 

leu's anil Boys' Clothing, 

And Furnishing Cioorts, 
Trunks »V Valises, 

871 B'way, bet. 7th & Sth St. 

OAKIiAWD. 

Hirshborg, S., merchant, Oakland 
Hixon, II. B., farmor, Oakland 
Hixon, M. V. B., farmer, Oakland 
Hoadloy, T. Gk, druggist, Brooklyn 
Hoag, J. B., farmer, Haywards 
Hoag, H., painter, Alameda 
Hoag, A. B., machinist, Oakland 
Hoar, M., laborer, Pleasanton 
Hobart, J. A., farmor, Oakland 
Hobart, J. K., clerk, Oakland 
Hobart, A. J., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Hobbs, P. R., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Hoben, II., sailor, Brooklyn 
Hober, E. T., hotel keeper, Liver- 
more 
Hoblor, G., Alameda 
Hoctor, J. P., plasterer, Oakland 
Hodge, C, printer, Oakland 
Hodges, H., farmer, Oakland 
Hodgson, F. D., teaehej, Oakland 
Hodson, J. B., photographer, Oak- 
land 
Hodgekin, J. W., lumber dealer, 

San Leandro 
Hodgden, H. K., clerk. Brooklyn 
Hodgden, J., fruit dealer, Brook- 
lyn 
Hoffman, J., laborer, Livermore 
Hoffman, L., fireman, Oakland 
Hoffmann, E., painter, Livermore 
Hoffman, C. F., engineer, Oakland 
Hoffman, C., carver, Oakland 
Hoffman, M. B., agent, Oakland 
Hogan, T.. laundryman, Oakland 
Hogarty, J. 1!., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hogerty, J. D., clerk, Brooklyn 
Hogan, M., laborer, Oakland 
Hogans, A., baker, Livermore 
Hogdon, J., miner. Brooklyn 
Hogarty, J. B., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hogarty, J. D., clerk, Brooklyn 
Holcomb, A., merchant, Oakland 



J. EOUSSEAU, Fashionable Loot and Shoe Store, 637 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Carriage Steps, at F. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



159 



Holiday, J. MclL, glove maker, 

Brooklyn 
Holland, H. M., shoe maker, 

Washington Corners 
Holland, E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Holland, 0. S., farmer, Oakland 
Holland, D., laborer, Oakland 
Holland, C. C, fanner, Oakland . 
Holland, P., laborer, Oakiand 
Holbrook, S. G., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Holmes, Jr., J. E., merchant, 

Brooklyn 
Holmes, W. G., lawyer, Oakland 
Holeouib, L. 1)., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
ilolm, T., saloon keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Holden, M., Ilaywards 
Hollis, J. L., farmer, Haywards 
Holt, K. II., carpenter, Alameda 
Holt, C. W., carpenter, Alanieda 
Holliday, B., glove maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Holm, P., hotel proprietor, Hay- 
wards 
Holm, L., machinist, Livermore 
Holtorf, J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Holmes, E. J., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Holliday, J. McH., glove maker, 

Brooklyn 
Hollenbeck, L., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Holley, D., farmer, Livermore 
Hollis, J. L., farmer, Haywards 
Holloway, L., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Hollub, H. C, news agent, Oak- 
land 
Hollywood, J., baker, West Oak- 
land 
Holman, F. S., laborer, Oakland 
Holmes, S. O., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Holmes, G., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Holmes, J. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Holmes, J., wheelwright, Hay- 
wards 
Holmes, J. P., saloon keoper, 

Haywards 
Holmes, I. I., minor, Oakland 
Holmes, II. C, surveyor, Oakland 
HOLMES. N. B., blacksmith, Liv- 
ermore 
Holmes, W., clerk, Oakland 
Holt, ft. X., carpenter, Alameda 
Holt, C. W., carpenter, Alameda 
Holtz, W., grocer, Alameda 
Homer, S. X., expressman, Ala- 
meda 
Homes, X. B., general blacksmith 
and repairing shop, Livermore 
Honcharenko, Mrs. A., Ilaywards 
Honor, Miss M. A., teacher, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Honson, L., horse trainer, Brook- 
lyn 
Honer, J., shoe maker, Oakland 
Honey, C. A., hack driver, Oak- 
land 
Hoogs, W. W., real estate, Oak- 
Ian i 
Hook, J., millwright, Brooklyn 
Hooley, 0., painter. Oakland 
Hoopes, T. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Hoosen, C., carpenter, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Hooss, H., farmer, Haywards 
Hooton, J. B., hostler, Haywards 
Hood, G. J., merchant, Brooklyn 
Hoover, II., farmer, Livermore 
Hope, E. L., fireman, Oakland 
Hopkins, K., wheelwright, Liver- 
more 
Hopkins, C, T., insuranco agent, 

Brooklyn 
Horn, 11. B., tinsmith, Oakland 



Horner, W. G., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Horner, R. J., farmer, Mission 

.San Jose 
Horner, E.\V.,laboror, Centervillo 
Horner, 1. B., farmer, Centervillo 
Horner. J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Horner, W. II., farmer. Centervillo 
Horst, W., painter, Alameda 
Horton, C. B., miner, Pleasanton 
Horton, L. G., tanner, Haywards 
Horn, G. II., farmer, Haywards 
Hortenstino, J. B., clerk, Pleasan- 
ton 
Horton, G., teamster, Alameda 
Horswill, 1). J., farmer, Oakland 
Horner, Jr., W. J., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Horner, Sr,, \V . J., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Horner, J.M., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Horner, E., laborer, Centerville 
Hortenstine, J., bookkeeper, 

Pleasanton 
Horstman 11., S. F. 
Horn, J. B., butcher, Washington 

Corners 
Horlaeher, D., butcher, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Horton, I., lumbor dealer, Liver- 
more 
Horner, W., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Ho Sun, Brooklyn 
liushrelter, C., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Hosmer, C. S., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Hougham, II. D., farmer, Oakland 
Houghton, 11. B., millwright, Oak- 
land 
Houghton, J. F., civil engineer, 

Oakland 
Houk, i>. M., stableman, Brook- 
lyn 
Howe, S., millwright, Brooklyn 
llowlet, C., farmer, Ilaywards 
Howe, E., laborer, Haywards 
Howoll, S. S., broiier, Brooklyn 
Howard, C. L., Healdsburg 
Howard, A., wheelwright, Brook- 
lyn 
How, J. E., painter, Oakland 
Howard, J., laborer, Centerville 
Howland, W. W., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Howard, C. W., farmer, Oakland 
Howard, T., laborer, Mission San 

J>ose 
Howard, W. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Howard, C. L., lumber dealer, 

Haywards 
Howard, J. B., lawyer, Oakland 
Howard, J. K., mariner," Oakland 
Howard, W. H., laborer, Liver- 
more 
Howe, M., miner, Oakland 
Howe, J. M., teacher, Ilaywards 
Howe, C. E. B., agent, Oakland 
Ho wo, M. M., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Howe, II. L., painter, Oakland 
Howe, 11. P., clerk, Oakland 
Howell, P. S., hostler, Oakland 
Howell, J. L., merchant, Brooklyn 
Howland, S. W., machinist, Oak- 
land 
Howson, L., horse trainer, Brook- 
lyn 
Hoyt, N. B., clerk, Oakland 
Hoyt, W. A., morchant, Brooklyn 
Hoyt, S., lawyer, Oakland 
Hoyt, W. A., merchant, Brooklyn 
Hubbard, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
Hubbard, W., machinist, Oakland 
Hubbell, E., farmer, Brooklyn 



Hubbell, S. C, lawyer, Oakland 
Hudsou, A. S., physician, Oakland 
Hudson, J. B., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Hudson, J. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hudson, T., farmer, Oakland 
Huff, S., treasurer, San Leandro 
Huff, E., teamster, Alvarado 
Huff, L. B., farmer, Livermore 
Huff, B. F., farmer, Livermore 
Huffman, J., hostler, Oakland 
Huff, G. W., farmer, Livermore 
Huff, E., saloon keeper, Alvarado 
Hutiington, J., waiter, Haywalds 
Hughes, E. C, clerk, Oakland 
Hughes, Mrs. 1). 
Hughs. H., miner, Pleasanton 
Hughes, G. S., farmer, Haywards 
Hughes, J., laborer, Oakland 
Hughes, W., laborer, Oakland 
Hughes, K., railroad engineer, 

Ouhland 
Hughes, G. W., dentist, Alameda 
Huie, H. R., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Hulme, J. T., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Hull, W. B., teacher, Washington 

Corners 
Hulbert, W., clergyman, Brooklyn 
Huly, 1)., laborer, Oakland 
Humbert, J. E. S., printer, Brook- 
lyn 
Humiston, W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hummeltenberg, W., farmer, Oak- 
land 
Hunnewcll, II., farmer, Brooklyn 
Hunt, E., grocer, Oakland 
Hunt, W., farmer, Oakland 
Hunt, E., naval officer, Oakland 
Hunt, J., insurance agent, Oak- 
land 
Hunt, J., laborer, Haywards 
Hunt, H. O., organist, Oakland 
Hunt, S. 0., secretary, 'lemescal 
Hunt, H. W., clerk, Oakland 
Hunt, H. S., teamster, Oakland 
Hunt, C. A., merchant, Oakland 
Hunt, G. 11., engineer, Oakland 
Hunter, J. I)., carpenter, Oakland 
Hunter, J. \V., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Huntington, E. B., clerk, Alameda 
Huntington, C, farmer, Oakland 
Huntoon, K., farmer, Alameda 
Hunt, J., laborer, Haywards 
Hunt, J., Brooklyn 
Huntington, E. B., clerk 
Hunt, J. A., laborer, Haywards 
Hunter, W., laborer, Centerville 
Hupers, M., saloon, Livermore 
Hurlburt, W., minister, Alameda 
Hurley, Thos., laborer, Oakland 
Hurley, Tim., laborer, Oakland 
Hurley, J. A., butcher, Oakland 
Hurll, \V. T., elork, Oakland 
Hussey, J., miner, Oakland 
Hustadt, 1'., farmer, San l,orenzo 
Huston, ft. G., merchant, Oakland 
Huston, E., farmer, Alvarado 
Hussey, W. H. !{., clerk, Oakland 
Huton, Mrs. L., Alameda 
Huichins, G. H., clerk, Oakland 
Hutchinson, E. A., merchant, \V est 

Oakland ' 

Hutchinson, A., miller, Oakland 
Hutchinson, T. R., salesman, Oak- 
land 
Hutchison, J. G., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Hyde, J. C, laborer, Alvarado 
Hyde, G., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Hyde, I., hotel keeper, Oakland 
Hyde, O., machinist, Oakland 
Hyde, E. 11., merchant, Oakland 
Hyde, F. A., merchant, Brooklyn 
Hyde,\V., music teacher, Brooklyn 
Hynes, J. A., farmer, ilaywards 
Hynes, M., laborer, Oakland 



For Programmes, Wedding Cards, etc., go to DE FORREST & GASKILL, 823 S'y. 



Pnor. VAN EeMAKK, Elocutionist, Somerset House, 462 12th St., Oakland 



160 



L. L. PAULSON'S DIEECTOEY 



Springfield Gas Machine 

JI.UiES <SA§ 

at 81.75 per Jlious:m«I feel. 

NYE & ACHES ON, 

AGENTS. 

S75 £ 317 frine St., 
SAN FKANCI3C0, CALIFORNIA. 



Igera, L, laborer, Ploasanton 
ignacio, J., farmer, liay wards 
Ignacio, M., fanner, San Leandro 
Her, J. Cs., laborer, .Brooklyn 
lnceil, VV., laruier, Alvarado 
lncell, VV., taruier, Washington 

Corners 
Ind, W ., laborer, San Leandro 
Ingham, E., clerk, Uakland 
ingalis, T. A., expressman, Oak- 

land 
Ingalis, W. F., surveyor.Alvarado 
ingalis, F. S., student, Uakland 
ingalis, M. W., mechanic, Alva- 

rauo 
Ingalis, B. P., mechanic, Alvarado 
l.\ i .A t.LS, J . M., surveyor, Alva- 
rado 
Ingram, N., township assessor, 

fleasanton 
Ingram, K. F., real estate agent, 

Alameda 
Ingram, Xi. A., clerk, Oakland 
lnman, L>., fanner, Livermore 
lunes, A., larmer, Alameda 
inscore, J. It., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Ipsen, P., laborer, Oakland 
Ireland, J., bookkeeper, Brooklyn 
Ironmonger, W. C, mechanic, 

Uakland 
Irish, J. II., carpenter, West Oak- 
land 
Irving, M.,foundrynian, Brooklyn 
Irving, D., tanner, Livermore 
Irwin, W., cabinetmaker, Uakland 
Irwin, 11. 1., expressman, Ala- 
meda 
Isaacs, J. L., real estate doaler, 

Alameda 
IsaeK.son, O. A., upholsterer, Oak- 
land 
Isham, M. E., civil engineer, Oak- 
land 
Ivey, H". 11., farmer, Brooklyn 
Ivy, W., farmer, Brooklyn 
ivy, \\ . 1., Laborer, Bivermoro 
Ivy, VV., farmer, Brnoklyn 



Nye & Achesou, 

Importers of 

315 &L17 PINE STREET, 

6'ein francisco. 



Jackie, •!., porter, Uakland 
Jackson, li. H .'J., carpentor, Oak- 
land 

a, H., carpenter, Oakland 
Jackson, It. J., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Jacobs, H. B., farmer, Livermore 

• I: bs, E., miner, Brooklyn 

Jacobs, J., laborer, llaywards 
Jackson, J., tanner, I'loasanton 
Jackson, S. E., farmer, Fleasanton 
Jackson, VV. H., farmer, Brooklyn 
Jackson, b\, tanner, Brooklyn 
Jackson, M., carpenter, (Oakland 
Jacoby.J., laborer, Oakland 
Jacinto, J., farmer, Alvarado 
J acker, J., machinist, Livermore 



Jacklin, T., stove mounter, Alva- 
rado 
Jackson, E., laborer, Haywards 
Jackson, J., cook, Uakland 
Jackson, W. 11., farmer, Brooklyn 
Jackson, E., laborer, llaywards 
Jackson, F„ farmer, Brooklyn 
Jackson, VV., machinist, West 

Oakland 
Jackson, II. II., clerk, Oakland 
Jackson, M., teamster, Brooklyn 
Jackson, 0. T., barber, Oakland 
Jackson, T. J., hostler, Uakland 
Jackson, G. S., wheelwright, Uak- 
land 
Jackson, J. C, farmer, San Lor- 
enzo 
Jackson, J., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Jacobus, C. T., carpenter, Uakland 
Jacobson, H. A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Jacobson, T., farmer, Altamont 
Jacox, O., laborer, Brooklyn 
Jacoby, L., bookkeeper, Alameda 
Jacqueth, W. K., storer, Alameda 
Jahnigen, G , saloon, Midway 

James, Mrs. , Brooklyn 

Jamison, J. VV., farmer, llaywards 
Jamison, T. C., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Jamioson, J. C, carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Jameson, II. A., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Jamison, L., brakeman, Oakland 
James, S., capitalist, Oakland 
James, B., butcher, Oakland 
Janes, K. H., carpenter, Uakland 
Janis, E. K., farmer, Brooklyn 
Jansen, E. K., farmor, llaywards 
Jansen, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Janney, A. McP., farmer, Uakland 
Janssen, E. O. E., merchant, Uak- 
land 
Janes, E., Oakland 
Janig, U., tailor, Uakland 
Janis, E. K., larmer, Brooklyn 
Janvier, A. E., teacher, Livermore 
Jaquis, R. 11., laborer, Brooklyn 
Jaquith, W. &., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 



G. Benton Jarrett, M.D. 

MAIN STREET, 

LIVERMORE. 



JARRETT, G. B., physician, Liv- 
ermore 
Jarvis, E., lumber dealer, Center- 

ville 
Jarvis, II., lumber dealer, Center- 

ville 
Jarvis, T. W., butcher, Brooklyn 
Jarvis, f . «'., skipper, Centerville 
Jarwart, li., hotel keeper, Uakland 
Jason, M., larmer, San Leandro 
Jason, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Jauvrin, G. M., lawyer, Uakland 
Javois Jc Co., proptr landing, Cen- 

t rville 
Jayne, A. II., agent, Oakland 
Jee, A. VV'., merchant, Oakland 
Jettory, A., farmer, Fleasanton 
Jeffrey, C. W., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
J clients, 11. M., teamster, Alameda 
Jeffrew, C, laborer, llaywards 
Jeffrey, VV'., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Jensen, II., weaver, Oakland 
Jensen Bros., farmers, llaywards 



Jenkins, W. P., miner, Livermore 
Jensen, J., mariner, Alameda 
Jcnkens, E., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
.Tenner, W., real estate, Alameda 
Jenkins, W. A., salesman, Oak- 
land 
Jenks, L., merchant, Alameda 
Jennings, J. G., shipwright, Oak- 
land 
Jennings, E., porter, Brooklyn 
Jennings, G. F., Brooklyn 
Jenner, W., real estate, Alameda 
Jenks, A. C., farmer, Livermore 
Jenkins, II. T., agent, Uakland 
Jenkins, J. W., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Jensen, J. C, farmer, llaywards 
Jensen, G-, painter, Oakland 
Jepson, B., bookkeeper, Center- 
ville 
Jergons, C, Temescal 
Jerome, J. M., carpenter, Oakland 
Jerome, E. B., clerk, Oakland 
Jesson, C, farmer, Livermore 
Jessen, J., farmer, Livermore 
Jessen, P. II., farmer, ! I ay wards 
Jessup, T. C, dentist, Brooklyn 
Jessen, H. P., salt manuf, Mt. 

Eden 
Jewell, M. C, manuf, Oakland 
Joas, J., miner, Washington Cor- 
ners 
Joaquin, J., laborer, Alameda 
Johausen, H., blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
Johnston, G., farmer, Pleasanton 
Johnston, J. B., carpenter, llay- 
wards 
Johnston, V. C, shoemaker, Cen- 
terville 
Johnston, C. G., laborer, Liver- 
more 
Johnston, J., porter, Oakland 
Johnston, T. H., painter, Brooklyn 
Johns, C. T., teacher, Alameda 
Johnson, J., laborer, llaywards 
Johnson, W. U., miller, Center- 
ville 
Johnson, A. L., carpenter, Alva- 
rado 
Johnson, A., farmer, Haywards 
Johnson, W. II., farmer, Oakland 
Johnson, T., carpenter, Oakland 
Johnson, J., lawyer, Brooklyn 
Johnson, W. B., surveyor, Pleas- 

anton 
Johnson, S. K., miner, Oakland 
Johnson, B. 11., hostler, Oakland 
Johnson, W. M., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Johnston, J. E., carriage maker, 

Oakland 
Johnston, J., farmor, Livermore 
Johnston, J. D., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Johnson, T., miner, Brooklyn 
Johnston,'!. H., painter, Brooklyn 
Johnston, J. M., postal clerk. Uak- 
land 
Johnston, W. J., expressman, 

Brooklyn 
Johnson, J., proptr Farmers' Ex- 
change Hotel, Pleasaiiton 
Johnson, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Johnson, J., farmer and salt 

manuf, Mt. Eden 
Johnson, J., laborer, Livermore 
Johnson, C. J., sailor, Uakland 
Johnson, M., cabinet maker, Hay- 
wards 
Johnson, S. L., attorney at law, 

Brooklyn 
Johnson, L. L., gentleman, Oak- 
land 
Johnson, F., paint maker, Hay- 
wards 
Johnson, W. M., cabinet maker, 
Haywards 



Qents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. KOUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. C 



I. CHAPPELLET, Asphaltnm Sidewalks and Roofing, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



161 



Johnson, J., house painter, Oak- 
land 
Johnson, J. W., farmer, Oakland 
Johnson, E., laborer, Brooklyn 
I Johnson, S. V. K., laborer, Liver- 
I more 

I Johnson, E. C., clerk, Brooklyn 
Jonnson, J. S., clerk, Oakland 
Johnson, L., waiter, Oakland 
Johnson, S. D., waiter, Brooklyn 
| Johnson, F. T., clerk, Oakland 
j Joice, J., Washington Corners 
Jones, J. H., painter, Oakland 
\ Jones, S., teamster, Oakland 
Jones, tr. H., carpenter, Oakland 
Jones, W. C.clork, Oakland 
Jones, Casey, & Benton, Oakland 
Jones, W. G., drover, Brooklyn 
Jones, N. A., machinist, Oakland 
Jones, W., farmer, Mission San 

J ose 
Jones, J. P., engineer, Xiles 
Jones, C, farmer, Darrisburg 
Jones, T. H., tarmer, Oakland 
Jones, E. It., laborer, Oakland 
Jones, S., farmer, Livermore 
Jones, E., larmer, Brooklyn 
Jones, W., stone cutter, Mission 

liau Jose 
Jones, VV. G., drover, Brooklyn 
Jones, E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Jones, B. E., miner, Oakland 
Jones, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Jones, H., miner, Brooklyn 
Jones, A., cook, Oakland 
Jones, E. H., merchant, Oakland 
Jones, A. M , fireman, Oakland 
Jordan, ±N., farmer, Mission ban 

Jose 
Jordan, W. A., hotel keeper, Val- 

lejo Mills 
Jordan, A., farmer, Bivermore 
Jordan, E. C., civil engineer, Oak- 
land 
Jordan, W., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Jordan, R. K., tarmer, West Oak- 
land 
Jordan, J. W., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Jordan, J. E., bar keeper, Pleas- 

anton 
Jordan, W. P., farmer, Temescal 
Jordan, T., laborer, A'ilos 
Jorgenssen, J. C, farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Jorgensen, P., farmer, Pleasan- 

ton 
Jordan, C-, builder, Bivermore 
Jordan, G. E., student, Pleasan- 

10 a 
Jorgensson, J. C, farmer, Dublin 
Jorden, T., laborer, iSiles 
Joseph, J., farmer, Centerville 
Joseph, F., laborer, Oakland 
Joseph, L., laborer, Haywards 
Joseph, F., miner, Oakland 
Joseph, F., farmer, Alvarado 
Joseph, C, farmer, San Beandro 
Joseph, J., farmer, Haywards 
Joseph, A., farmer, Haywards 
Joseph, M., farmer, San Leandro 
Joseph, J., laborer, San Eorenzo 
Josie, B., stock raiser, Brooklyn 
Jose, J., laborer. San Lorenzo 
Joy. W. B., sailor, Mt. Eden 
Joyce, J., carpenter, Washington 

Coiners 
Joze, A., farmer, Haywards 
Judd, C. E., carpenter, Center- 
ville 
Jung, W., butcher, Alvarado 
Jurgons, C., merchant, Oakland 
Jurgewitz, E. H., laboror, Brook- 
lyn 
Justin, F., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Justice, P. C, farmor, Oakland 
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Kain, B., farmer, Brooklyn 
Kalis, F. J., barber, Alameda 
Kals r. A., gardener, Alameda 
Kallahan, P., horse sheer, Oakland 
Kampf, P., farmer, Oakland 
Kane, !>., laborer, Oakland 
Kane, T., laborer, Oakland 
Kane, A., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Kane, G., laborer, Oakland 
Kane, P., laboror, Oakland 
Kane, D., cook, Oakland 
Kane, F., barkeeper, Oakland 
Kane, X., laborer, Oakland 
Kapp, J. E., farmer, Pleasanton 
Kapp, Jr., F., farmer, Bivermore 
Karrigan, J., laborer, Oakland 
Karstardt, F., merchant, Alameda 
Karstadt, E., saloon and garden, 

Alameda 
Kasselan, C, carpenter, Alameda 
Kase, A., gunsmith, Oakland 
Katelson, G., peddler, Haywards 
Kaven, E. D., teacher, Oakland 
Kavenaugh, J., laborer, Alameda 
Kay, 1. jN ., proptr Yosemite Hotel, 
r Alameda 

Kearney, J., farmer, Oakland 
Kearney, T., shoemaker, Brooklyn 
Kearney, P., drayman, Oakland 
Keating, P., horseshoer, San Lor- 
enzo 
Kearney, W., laborer, Oakland 
Kean, J., laborer, Oakland 
Keene, E. B., druggist, Alameda 
Keene, C, shoemaker, Pleasanton 
Keene, C. W., dairyman, Oakland 
Keene, W. A., carpenter, San 
_ Beandro 

Keely, J. K. P., farmer, Bivermore 
Koely, G. \V r ., tarmer, Livermore 
Keefo, A., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Keele, B., min.r, San Leandro 
Keegan, O., laundryman, Oakland 
Keogan, J., larmer, Haywards 
Keely, J., waiter, Oakland 
Kehoe, J. G., laborer, Oakland 
Keeny, B., San Lorenzo 
Keene, E. B., drug store, Alameda 
Keeler, G. S., hostler, Alvarado 
Keelor, J. K., bookkeeper, Ala- 
meda 
Kioth, M. La F., farmer. Mission 

San Jose 
Keiser, Casper, harness maker, 

San Lorenzo 
Keith, L. B., carpenter, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Keifer, F., shoemaker, Livermore 
Koito, 0., tinsmith, Brooklyn 
Keithley, L. H., porter, Oakland 
Kelly, Z., carpenter, Oakland 
Kelly, J., farmer, Haywards 
Kelly, T., farmer, Dublin 
Kelly, P. K., clerk, Oakland 
Kelly, E. J., insurance agent, Oak- 
land 
Kelly, M., cooper, Oakland 
Kelly, P., farm r, Dublin 
Kelly, D., laborer, Alameda 
Kelly, Jr., J., laborer, Oakland 
Kelly, E. M., carriage trimmer, 

Oakland 
Kellogg, M., teacher, Oakland 
Kellogg, K. M., farmer, Oakland 
Kellogg, J., insurance ag't, Brook- 
lyn 



Kellog, F. D., hardware, Oakland 
Keller, W. H. F., milkman, Oak- 

lund 
Keller, H. D., laborer, Oakland 
Keller, J. F., brewer, Brooklyn 
Kell, K., farmer, Washington Cor- 
oners 

Kell, Jr., II., farmer, Mission San 
^ Jose 

Kelsey, C, farmor, Centerville 
Kelsey, M., real estate agent.Oak- 

land 
Kelsey, W. F., farmer, Oakland 
Kelsey, J., farmer, Oakland 
Kelsey, B., real estate agent, Oak- 
land 

Kelsey, M. A.. merchant,Oakland 
Kelton, A. K., shipping master, 

Oakland 
Kelley, P., porter, Oakland 
Kell, K., farmer, Mission ban Jose 
Kellogg, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Kelly, G., farmor, Haywards 
Kelton, L. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Kelly, W. P., tailor, Oakland 
Kelley, P., farmer, Pleasanton 
Kelley, T., farmer, Pleasanton 
Kelley, J., blacksmith, Haywards 
Kellogg, Jr., S. I., hotel keeper, 
^Brooklyn 

Kelly, X. F., laborer, Oakland 
Kelly, T. F., machinist, Brooklyn 
Kelly, J. H., laborer, Oakland 
Kemp, U., engineer, Oakland 
Kendall, F., hostler, Brooklyn 
Kennedy, W., farmer. Brooklyn 
Kennedy, J., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Kennedy, T. A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Kent, M. II., plasterer, Oakland 
Konitzer, H., architect, Oakland 
Kennedy, D. C, farmer, Haywards 
Konnedy, W. S., dairyman, Oak- 

land 
Kennedy, E. B., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Kennedy, D„ blacksmith, Ala- 

ineda 
Konnedy, C. It., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Kennedy, M. W., railroadman, 

Oakland 
Kennedy, J., wheelwright, Oak- 
land 
Kendall, F., hostler, Brooklyn 
Kenton, W., watch maker, Oak- 
land 
Kennoally, M., laborer, Decota 
Kennoy, I. A., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Kenny, B., laborer, Oakland 
Kenney, T , sawyer, Oakland 
Keutield, E. D. F., clerk, Oakland 
Kepplor, P., clerk, Alvarado 
Keran, VV., carpenter, Oakland 
Korwin, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Kerwin, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Kerr, A., farmer, Alvarado 
Kerr, J., waiter, Oakland 
Kerr, B. C, fireman, Oakland 
Kersofa, F., gardener, Oakland 
Kester, L. B., merchant, Oakland 
KesL-r, A., barkeeper, Oakland 
Keton, K. H., laborer, Oakland 
Ketels, J. P., laborer, Haywards 
Kezartee, G. W., laundryman, 

Oakland 
Keyer, J., engineer, Oakland 
Keyes, J. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Kidd, G., painter, Haywards 
Kidd, E.. ai>prentice, Haywards 
Kidd, W. H., machinist, Hay- 
wards 
Kieren, T., coachman, Oakland 
Kiely, E., stonecutter, Altamont 
Kieclan, J., saddler, Livermore 
Kieruan, 0., fruit dealer, Oakland 
Kiesling, C. A., barkeeper, Oak- 
land 



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Kihlmcyer, L., saloonkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Kilzoil, W., laborer, Oakland 
Kilev, T., painter, Oakland 
Kihnartin, J., laborer, Oakland 
Kimball, E., physician, Haywarda 
Kimball, M., inn keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Kimball, II., miner, Oakland 
Kimball, J. II., miner, Brooklyn 
Kimball, M. S., machinist, Oak- 
land 
King, F., farmer, Plea?anton 
King, J., farmer, Centcrville 
King, Mrs. J., San Leandro 
Kinsel, (J., farmer, Brooklyn 
King, W. B., restaurant and sa- 
loon keeper, Nilea 
King, J., farmer, Haywards 
Kinmill, Mrs. M. J., dressmaker, 

Washington Corners 
Kinsey, S., clergyman, Haywards 
King, J., laborer, Haywarda 
Kingsbury, S. A., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Kindelbuger, J., agent, San Lean- 
dro 
Kinchala, M., laundryman, nest 

Oakland 
King, A. J., teacher, Oakland 
Kin-', ti. A., blacksmith, Oakland 
King, T., milkman. West Oakland 
King, P., hostler, Alvarado 
King, W ., hotel keeper, Miles 
King, FI. C, carpenter, Oakland 
King, C. F.. blacksmith, Alvarado 
King, M., laborer, Oakland 
King, M., priest, Oakland 
King, A., machinist, Oakland 
King, Jr., L. H., clerk, Oakland 
King, O. W., carpenter, Oakland 
Kingman, C. B., clerk, Oakland 
Kinsell, G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Kink head, W., farmer, Oakland 
Kinsley, C. N., brakeman, West 

Oakland 
Kingsbury, S. A., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Kinyon, R. C, farmer. Brooklyn 
Kinney, K. S., clerk, Oakland 
Kinney, II. A., teacher, Mission 

ftan Jose 
Kirk, J., farmer, Dublin 
Kiikui.-in, J. L., farmer, Washing- 
ton (.' irners 
Kirk man, K. A., teamster, San 

Leandro 
Kirch liner, II. .carpenter, Oakland 
Kircheval, J. 11., clerk, West Oak- 
land 
Kirby, R. J., farmer, Oakland 
Kirkaldie, H., clerk, Temescal 
Kirchhoincr, M., gardener, Oak- 
land 
Kii kendoll, S., farmer, Haywards 
Kirchpoff, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Kirk, li., miner, Alameda 
Kirkham, I-;., farmer, San Leandro 
Kirstbalor, J., butcher, San Lean- 
dro 
Kirchner, II., shoe-maker, nay- 
wards 
Kiser, A., priest, Haywards 
Kitcher, 11., tanner, Brooklyn 
Kit ley, J., blacksmith, Livormore 
Klatt, F., builder, Alameda 
Klenpfer, F., builder, Oakland 
K lein, (_'., cook, < laklund 
Klintworth, D., editor, Alameda 
K lose, I '. A., editor, < lakland 
ECluegel, E. A., survejwr, Oakland 
linaPPi D. W; clerk, I'lcasanton 
Knaugh, J., carpenter, San Lean- 
dro 
Kneale, B., blacksmith, Oakland 
Knitlel, C, farmer, .Mission San 

Jose 
Knight, I). B.. fanner, Brooklyn 
Knight, S. P., carpenter, Oakland 



Knight, F. W., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Knifnn, M., tinsmith, Alameda 
Knickerbocker, N., bookkeeper, 

West Oakland 
Knittle, C, Livermore 
Knisll, G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Knight, D. E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Knowlton, N. S., saloon keeper, 

Oakland 
Knudson, R., contractor and build- 
er, Haywards 
Knowles, Mrs. E. II., Brooklyn 
Knox, R., rancher, Oakland 
Knox, L., farmer, San Leandro 
Knox, J., farmer, Oakland 
Knox, J. W., laborer. Mission San 

Jose 
Knox, W., farmer, Haywards 
Knox, A. L,, farmer, Oakland 
Knox, R. G., teacher, San Lean- 
dro 
Knox, H. E., dentist, Oakland 
Knowles, G. H., insurance broker, 

Brooklyn 
Knowlton, E. L., teacher, Ala- 
meda 
Knowland, J., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Koch, C-, farmer, Livormore 
Koch, G., carpenter, Oakland 
Koch, J., musician, Oakland 
Koeler, F., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Koehler, J., gardener, Alameda 
Koenig, C. 1L, painter, Oakland 
Kohlor, F., dentist, Mission San 

Jose 
Kohler, C. P., optician, Oakland 
Kohlor, W., butcher, Oakland 
Kohler, F., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Kohlman, J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Kruger, P., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Kottinger, J . W., farmer, Pleasan- 

ton 
Kower, E., Brooklyn 
Kraut h, F. J., printer, Alameda 
KRAUTH, F. K., Alameda En- 

cinal, Alameda 
Krag, F. W., machinist, Oakland 
Kratt, E., carpenter, Oakland 
Kraft, E., carpenter, Oakland 
Kramm, C, laborer, Oakland 
Krauth, F. J., expressman, Ala- 
meda 
Krauth, Jr., F. K., printer, Ala- 
meda 
Krause, W. E. F., author, Oak- 
land 
Krebs, II., clerk, Oakland 
K reyenhagen, 0. A. E., merchant. 

Oakland 
Kvekor, J., butcher, Oakland 
Kreiger, O., cook, Alameda 
Kroehlo, J., baker, Brooklyn 
Kruger, A, F. W., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Kruger, G., farmer, Livermore 
Krumland, G., laborer, Oakland 
Kruso, J., boatman, Pleasanton 
Kruse, J., oyster man, Oakland 
Krumb, P., fanner, Brooklyn 
Kruger, C, laborer, Mt. i.den 
Krye, b\, barkeeper, Oakland 
Kuck, J., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Kulper, K. M. 11., teamster, Oak- 
land 
Kunan, W. P., farmer, Livermore 
Kurt/, F. U. O., milkman, Oak- 
land 
Kurr, F. S., drayman, Haywards 
Kurt/., A., brewer, Haywards 
Knss, I'. N., painter, Oakland 
Kustel, (i., assayer, Alameda 
Kustel, II., wood engraver, Ala- 
meda 
Kyto, J. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Kyle, J., carpenter, Oakland 



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Importers of 

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Laahyd, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
Lacy, E. S., clergyman, Brooklyn 
Lacy, T. J. P., civil engineer, Oak- 
land 
Ladwig, W., butcher, Haywards 
Ladd, A. S., hotel keeper, Liver- 
more 
Ladd, J., hotel keeper, Livermore 
Lafon, M. !>., engineer, Alameda 
Lafon, W., wheelwright, Brooklyn 
Lafond, P., cook, Oakland 
Lafferty, 0., butcher, Oakland 
Laffer'cy, U., laborer, Oakland 
La Grange, M. C, farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
La Grange, 0. H., lawyer, Hay- 
wards 
Lagede, C. B., fisherman, Oakland 
La Grange, 0. H., lawyer, San Le- 
andro 
La Grange, M. C, farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Lahey, P., teamster, Oakland 
Laing, J., clerk, Oakland 
Lakin, W. H., farmer, Alvarado 
Lake, Mrs. G. S., Oenterville 
Lamoon, \\ r ., laborer, Brooklyn 
Lainoreux, T-, brick maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Lamarche, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Lamb, J., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Lamb, H. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Lamb, P., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Lamb, A., miller, Oakland 
Lamere, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Lampman, J., farmer, Alameda 
Lambort, B., physician, Alameda 
Lambert, J., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Lambert, J. C, mechanic, Oakland 
Lamping, T., engineer, Oakland 
Lamphus, J. W., boot black, Oak- 
hind 
Lamarche, 0.. merchant, Oakland 
La Mond, F., marble polisher, 

< hikland 
Lander, M. B., merchant, Livor- 
more 
Landers, II., saloon keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Lane, J., gardener, Brooklyn 
Lane, L., gardener, JJrooklyn 
Landergan, J., farmer, Oakland 
Langdon, F. E., conductor, Oak- 
land 
Langloy, II., stoamboating. Brook- 
lyn 
Lance, J., laborer, Alvarado 
Lance, 11., farmer, Al vat ado 
Landereau, P., Oakland 
Lannpn, li., laborer, Oakland 
Langan, P., laborer, Oakland 
Lang, J., butcher, Mission San 

Jose 
Lanphus, C. W., porter, Oakland 
Lancaster, J., merchant tailor. 

Alameda 
Landis, J. S., miller, Oakland 
Landon, A., feed dealer, Brooklyn 
Langmastor, F. M., butcher, Liv- 
ermore 
Lancastor, J., merchant tailor, S. 

F., Alameda 
Lang, G., tailor, Alameda 
Langhorn, W. A., telegraph ope- 
rator, Sunol 
Lani Bros., soap manufs, Alvara- 
do 
Lanz, H., soap manuf, Alvarado 



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Lanz, L., soap nianuf, Alvarado 
Laojane, I., carpenter, Pleasanton 
Laphaui, J. I'., butcher, Brooklyn 
Laplant, A., blacksmith, Alvarado 
Laplant, L'., plasterer, Alameda 
Laperle, 11., engineer, Oakland 
Larrabee, J. 11. F., wheelwright, 

11 ay wards 
Larrabee, C, wheelwright, Oak- 
land 
Larobu, P., butcher, Oakland 
Larkin, A. B., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Larkin, B., painter, Oakland 
Larue, John, clerk, Brooklyn 
Larsen, C. laborer, Mt. Eden 
Larue J a?., miner, Brooklyn 
Larue, L. B., clerk. Brooklyn 
Larue, Mrs. S., Brooklyn 
Larking, S., farmer, Oentervillo 
Lasido, 31., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Lass, T. P., tanner, San Lorenzo 
Lass, 11., gardener, Oakland 
Latimer, .)., painter, San Leandro 
Latham, B. 0., farmer, Brooklyn 
Latourel, <>., farmer, Pleasanton 
Lattin, W. II., uianuf, Alvarado 
Lattin, A. J., manuf, Alvarado 
Latbrop, F. 11., photographer, 

Oakland 
Laumeistor,W. F., miller, Mission 

.San Joso 
Laumeistor, C. S., miller, Liver- 
more 
Laudfair, J. M., plasterer, Brook- 
lyn 
Landers & Co., general merchan- 
dise, Pleasanton 
Laumeister, A., miller, Mission 

San Joso 
Laurenson, J. P., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Lauglin, J., farmer, Livermoro 
Laughlin, S., farmer, Livermoro 
Lavuen, A., conductor, Brooklyn 
Laven, Andrew, blacksmith, San 

Lorenzo 
Laven, J., saloon keeper, San Le- 
andro 
Lavelle, J. E., bricklayer, Oak- 
land 
Lavine, F., carpenter, Oakland 
Lawrence, 1). B., farmer, Vallejo 

Mills 
Lawrence, II. II., assayer, Oakland 
Lawrence, D. J., telegraph opera- 
tor, Oakland 
Laws, J., book seller, Oakland 
Lawless, 1'., blacksmith. Oakland 
Luwrie, A. G., searcher, San Le- 
andro 
Lawson, A. B., printer, Oakland 
Lawton, E. M., clerk, Alameda 
Lawton, J., laborer, Oakland 
Lawton, J. H., carriage manuf, 

Oakland 
Lawrence, D.W. C, editor, Brook- 
lyn 
Lawrence, M., sheep raiser, Hay- 
wards 
Lawrie, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Lawrence, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Lawton, E., painter, Oakland 
Laurenson, J. P., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Leary, Mrs. E. L., S. F. 
Leathers, L. L., plasterer, Oakland 



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LeBallister, D., blacksmith, 

Brooklyn 
Leborer, 1'., farmer, Brooklyn 
Leberer, L., barber, Brooklyn 
LeConte, L. J., civil engineer.Oak- 

land 
Leelere, N. E., painter, Alameda 
Leclere, A., painter, Alameda 
Ledbetter, J. W., woodchopper, 

Livermoro 
Leddorj, J. A., merchant, Oakland 
Lee, T., sailor, Oakland 
Lee, J. B., steamboatman, Oak- 
land 
Lee, F., laborer, Oakland 
Lee, F., poundtuaster, Oakland 
Lee, B. P.", farmer, Oakland 
Lee, D. 0.., bootblack, Oakland 
Leoper, W., lather, Oakland 
Leo. 11. II., speculator, Oakland 
LEE, A., barber and saloon keep- 
er, Alvarado 
Loethburgh, J. .blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
Legrigeur, G., fruit dealer, Brook- 
lyn 
Lehman, J., farmer, Oakland 
Lehu, J. C, brakeman, Brooklyn 
LElTCH, J., larmer, Harrisburg 
Leise, C, butcher, Alameda 
Leil, E., farmer, Haywards 
Lekgoat, L. T., cook, San Lorenzo 
Leland, Mrs. .)-, Alvarado 
Loinon, J. A., tanner, San Lorenzo 
Lemke, J., cigar maker, Alameda 
Lemkie, C. II., barber, Alameda 
LEMBECK, 11., farmer, 1 mile on 
Dublin Road from Pleasanton, 
Pleasanton 
Lomes, G. F., shoemaker, Sunol 
Lemons, W. T., farmer, San 

Lorenzo 
Lemon, S. C, grocer, Oakland 
Lemon, T., shoemaker, Oakland 
Lemons, K., laborer, Oakland 
Len, 11. C, shoemaker, Livermore 
Lener, J., bootblack, Oakland 
Lonz, J., laborer, Alameda 
Leon, R., gilder, Oakland 
Leonard, Thos. J., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Leonard, Tim. J., teamster, Oak- 
land 
Le Roy, T., San Leajidro 
Lessman, F. , shoemaker, Oakland 
Leuzardor, J. M., broker, Oak- 
land 
Levy, L. P., tailor, Livermore 
Levett, 1-'-, batch ir, Brooklyn 
Levestead, C, farmer, Altamont 
Levy, A., merchant, San Leandro 
Levy, P. L., merchant tailor, Liver- 
more 
Levy, S., general merchandise, 

Livermore 
Lewi-, C. R., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Lewis, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Lewis, J. F., tinner, Brooklyn 
Lewis, I. D., butcher, llaywards 
Lew, A., jeweler. Alameda 
Lewis, A., Brooklyn 
Lewolling, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Lewis, Mrs. B. J., hotel, Centre- 

ville 
Lewis, J., shoe maker, Centreville 
Lewis, II., carpenter, Alameda 
Lewis, G. L., livery stable, Ala- 
meda 
Lewis, C. N., harness maker, Liv- 
ermoro 
Lewis, J. Mm trader, Oakland 
Lewolling, A, W., student. Hay- 
wards 
Lowelling, E., horticulturist, San 

Lorenzo 
Leyden, J., laborer, Livermore 
Lheureux, P. P., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 



Lichtonberg, M., cigar maker, 

Oakland 
Liese, II., butcher, Brooklyn 
Lienhoop, P., larmer, Brooklyn 
Liebel, J., shoe maker, Brooklyn 
Liguoro, S., salt manufacturer, 

Mt. Eden 
Linekin, \V., farmer, Haywards 
Lindsay, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Lindley, C. 11., attorney, Liver- 
moro 
Linfoot. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Linleken, L., tinsmith, Haywards 
Lincoln, 0., real estate, Oakland 
Lindy, G. W., laborer, Livermore 
Linfoot, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Lindsay, W. T., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Lindsay, J-, farmer, Brooklyn 
Lindsay, T., blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Lindsay, M., blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
Linekin. W., teamster, Haywards 
Liner, P., farmer, Haywards 
Lindsley, E., merchant, Oakland 
Lincoln", H. D., farmer, West Oak- 
land 
Lindy, T., farmer, Livermoro 
Lindley, C. II., lawyer, Oakland 
Lindwall, A. \\'., expressman, Ala- 
meda 
Lippold, B., tanner, Brooklyn 
Lippold, •).. laundryman, Oakland 
Liston, W. M., mail contractor, 

Alvarado 
Liston, W. M., stage agent, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Little, L., blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Little, E. J., tinner. Alameda 
Litchfield, H., -mason, Oakland 
Littiejohn, E. 11., railroad engin- 
eer, Brooklyn 
Litlletield, A., carpenter, Liver- 
more 
Littiejohn, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Little, J. B., blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
Livingston, T., saloonkeeper, San 

Lorenzo 
Lively, J., physician, Washington 

Corners 
Livington, F. S., cook, Oakland 
Liveria, M. A., laborer, San Le- 
andro 
Livermoro, 0. S., farmer, Centor- 

ville 

Livermore, R., farmer, Livermoro 
Livermoro, 1)., farmer, Livermoro 
Livermore, 11. P., druggist, Oak- 
land 
Livermore, II. G., supt, loinescal 
Livingston, 11., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Livingston, E. J., clerk, Brooklyn 
Livingston, 1L, bootblack, Oak- 
land 
Lively, J. H., actor, Alvarado 
Lloyd, S., carpenter, Oakland 
Lockett, R. R., steward, Oakland 
Locke, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Locke, J. R., carriage manuf, Oak- 
land ' , ; , , 
Lockwood, G. E., tanner. Oakland 
Lockwood, S., laborer, Livermore 
Lockett, P. M.. laborer, Haywards 
Lodge, R. J., blacksmith.Oakland 
Loebenstein, ,)., manuf, Uakland 
Loeper, C, turner, Oakland 
Logan, P., trader, Pleasanton 
Logan, J., painter, Alvarado 
Lombard, C. L., carpenter, Oak- 

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Long, E. I., painter, Oakland 
Long, VV. G., mining supt, Hay- 
wards 
Lon -. M. M., farmer, Haywards 
Long, J. N., laborer, Haywards 
Long, E. M., book keeper, West 
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Long, N. J. T., Oakland 
Loonris, A. J., plasterer, Alameda 
Lopes, A. B., laborer, Haywards 
Lopez, ..)., farmer, Centerville 
Lopez, J. M., farmer, Oakland 
Loring. G. Y., farmer, Oakland 
Luring, S. M., teamster, Alvarado 
Lorbor, J., Alameda 
Lord, T. il., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Loid.T. 11., carpenter, Haywards 
Lorquin, L. 1'., naturalist. Oakland 
Loring, J. II. , farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Lorentzen, A. P., mariner, Ala- 
meda 
Lorenco, J. P., sheep raiser, Hay- 

ivai ds 
Lorber, J., Alameda 
Loronz, J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Lott, W. S., solicitor, Oakland 
Lot/., 1'., laborer, Livennore 
Louis, .) . C., gardener, Alameda 
Louis, B. P., gardener, Alameda 
J, or.', M. P. 11., carpenter, Livcr- 

more 
Louis, E., bag dealer, Alameda 
Lovett,V\ . B., teacher, Centerville 
Lovelace, 11. L»o\V., mason, Oak- 
land 
Lowrie, G., farmer, Alvarado 
Lowery, M., laborer, Oakland 
Low, L., laborer, Haywards 
Low, \V. S., Livermoro Hotel, 

Livormoi o 
Lowrie, •)., farmer, Alvarado 
Lowrie & Lranin, Alvarado 
Lowell, A. J., stoves and tinware, 

Alvarado 
Lubbock, O., brakeman, Brooklyn 
Luce, J., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Lucas, M., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Luce, IL, farmer, Haywards 
Luce, J., tanner, Haywards 
Lucus, M., farmer, Haywards 
Lucius, (i. W., clerk, Alameda 
Luckey, P. D., laborer, Oakland 
Lucio, •!., laborer, San Leandro 
Ludwig, G. A., hotel keeper, Al- 

i ,u ndo 
Ludwig, J., hotel keopor, Al- 

vara lo 
Ludl i in, C. II., laborer, Oakland 
Luders, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Ludlow, A., teamster, Brooklyn 
Lading ton, 11. i., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Ludwig, .1. M., clerk, .Mt. Eden 
. i '., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Ludwig, J. A., carp, nter, .Mt. 

Eden 
l.ii filing, ( i. i'., clerk, Brooklyn 
Lul'kin, C. E., law student, Oak- 
land 
Lufkin, T., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Lui tchford, ('., joiner, Mission 

San Jo 
Lu Gar, J. B., none, Oakland 
Luhi , E., A laineda 

I aker, A lameda 

Lully, T., laborer, < lakland 
I. inn b, T., Iti bot er, < lakland 
Luncotbrd, W. C, laborer, Pleas- 
anton 

Lund, C, in r, M t. Eden 

Luna, M. S., tinner, Washington 

Coi ners 
LUND, I. P., farmer and sexton, 

Mt, Eden 
Lunor, .I.S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Lunt, I'. G., druggist, Alameda 

. farmer, ' lakland 
Lusk, D. S., trader, i lakland 
Lusk, II. B., lab >rer, Oal land 

\.. farmer, San Leandro 
Luther, L., laborer. West Oak- 

II \ I i;N, I'., hotolkooper, Dub- 
lin 



Lycurgus, T., laborer, Oakland 
Lydon, J., watchman, Oakland 
Lydon, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Lyles, J., watchmaker, Brooklyn 
Lyman, J., laundryman, West 

Oakland 
Lynch, W. F. B., clergyman, Cen- 
terville 
Lynch, J., farmer, Centerville 
Lynde, Mrs. C, Brooklyn 
Lynch, O. J., blacksmith, Center- 
ville 
Lynch, 0., clerk, Brooklyn 
Lynch, A. J., machinist, Oakland 
Lynch, J., clerk, Oakland 
Lynch, S., laborer, Altamont 
Lynch, J-, boot maker, Pleasanton 
Lynch, H., laborer, Oakland 
Lynch, D., laborer, Brooklyn 
Lynch, P., laborer, Temescal 
Lynham, i'., carpenter, Oakland 
Lyon, W. S., inciter, Oakland 
Lyons, J., laborer, Oakland 
Lyons, J. G., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Lyons, M., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Lyster, L. M., sheep raiser, Pleas- 
anton 



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Mace, W., Custom House officer, 

Dak laud 
Machado, J. C, cook, San Leandro 
Mackie, J., farmer, Oakland 
Mackin, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Macy, W., clerk, Oakland 
Macy, 11. F., laborer, Livermore 
Macartney, A., capitalist, A lameda 
Mack, W. 11., postmaster and bar- 
ber, Washington Corners 
Muck, II. 11. , stoves and tinware, 

Haywards 
Macdonald, J., carpenter, Liver- 
mure 
Machado, M. S., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Machado, A. P., farmer, Alvarado 
Mackie, J. W., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Madden, 11., plumber, Oakland 
.\l adison, J., S. F. 
Madden, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Madsen, C. C, laborer, Haywards 
Madsen, ('., farmer, Haywards 
.Madsen, P., hotel keeper, San Le- 
andro 
Madigan, W., Alvarado 
Magee, .). D., carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Magill, U. IL, insurance agent, 

a lameda 
Magner, M., bar keeper, Oakland 
Magruder, S. A., cook, Oakland 
MAGUIRB, L., saddler, Alvarado 
Maguire, W., laborer, Haywards 
Maguire, P., steward, Brooklyn 
.Ma hew, H. a., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Mahoney, J., laborer, Dougherty 

Station 
.Mn hie], D., sugar refiner, Alvar- 

ado 
Mahoney, D., laborer, Oakland 
Mahony, T., laborer, Oakland 
Mahony, J.1L, farmer, Pleasanton 



Maillot, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Major, R. H., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Malley, M., laborer, Oakland 
Malone, J. 0-, farmer, Brooklyn 
Maloney, J., laborer, Oakland 
Maloney, It., coachman, Alameda 
Maloney, W., cook, Brooklyn 
Maloney, F. E., farmer, Oakland 
Maloney, P., joiner. Oakland 
Maloon, II., grain d,euler, ' lakland 
Maloon, B. F., carpenter, Oakland 
Malpas, A., clerk, West Oakland 
Mallon, J., fireman, Temescal 
Malliott, F., Alameda 
Malalester, L., San Francisco 
Malin, AI., carriage ironer, Hay- 
wards 
Mallony, E. M., boarding house, 

Oakland 
Mally, k\, boot and shoe maker, 

Livermore 
Maloney, T., shoemaker, Oakland 
MALTUS, G. M., Washington 

Corners 
Manloy, J. M., minor, Brooklyn 
Manning, J., coachman, Oakland 
Manchester, G. W., painter, Oak- 
land 
Mandevillo, S. V. N. , sash maker, 

Oakland 
Mandoll, F., storekeeper, Hay- 
wards 
Man field, J. IL, laborer, Oakland 
Manhiim, F. J., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Manhart, F., sexton, Oakland 
Manley, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Manly, J. S., physician, Oaklaud 
Mann. C. W., farmer, Pleasanton 
Mannie, M., engineer, Brooklyn 
Manning, W., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Maiming, P., laborer, Livermore 
Mansfield, T., clerk, Oakland 
Manzer, J., teacher, Centerville 
Mann, M. Y., carpenter, Oakland 
Mann, D. D., farmer, Haywards 
Manning, C. A., fireman, Niles 
Manzer, J., teacher, Haywards 



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Marry, P., laborer, Alameda 
Martin, J. W., fanner, Oakland 
Martin, S. B., miner, Oakland 
Marx, S., blacksmith, San Lorenzo 
Martin, ('., Haywards 
Martin, W. C, farmer, Haywards 
Marcus, A., Brooklyn 
Martin, E. J., blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Martin, F. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Martin, Win., real estate dealer, 

Brooklyn 
Martins, A. M., barber, Mission 

San Joso 
Marshall, J. F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Marweddel, IL, farmer, Brooklyn 
Martinez, S., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Mark el, G., barkeeper, Haywaids 
Marks, I. A T ., physician, Pleas- 
anton 
Martin, G. F., farmer, Pleasanton 
Martin, E., laborer, Haywards 
MARTIN, Jr., S. B., Martin's 
Ranch, Pleasanton 



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OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



165 



Marks, J. S., blacksmith and farm- 
er, San Lorenzo 
Mar an da, T., farmer, San Loandro 
Martin, \\\, Brooklyn 
Markham, J. J., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Marchedo, M., miner, Oakland 
Marcher, J. J., farmer, Oakland 
Marchand, J.E., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Marcus, I., merchant. Oakland 
Mariant, J., farmer, Haywarda 
Marillo, G., farmer, Oakland 
Markham, J. S., waiter, Oakland 
Markham, J. J., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Marlin, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Marlin, J. L\, farmer, San Lorenzo 
Marlin, 11. B. , farmer, San Lorenzo 
Marr, G. II., painter, Oakland 
Marrion, A., boarding house, Hay- 
wards 
Marrs, T., stableman, Oakland 
Marshall, E., farmer, Centreville 
Marshall, J.,japanner, W est Oak- 
land 
Marshall, J. F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Marshall, G., upholsterer, Oak- 
land 
Marston, J. A., carpenter. West 

Oakland 
Marston, P. F., capitalist, Brook- 
lyn 
Martel, C, laborer, Oakland 
Mathsen. P., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Martin, \V. H., farmer, llaywards 
Martin,./. S., laborer, Pleasanton 
Martin, J. A., laborer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Martin, P., laborer, Oakland 
Martin, J. L., carpenter, Alameda 
Martin, W., real estate dealer, 

Brooklyn 
Martin, D., farmer, Pleasanton 
Martin, J., chop house, San Lean- 

dro 
Martin, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Martin, M., laborer, Centorville 
Martin, M. J., farmer, Contervillo 
Martin, W. 11., teamster, Oakland 
Martin, M. S., salesman, Brooklyn 
Martin, G., farmer, llaywards 
Martin, A.,tarmer, Livermore 
Martin, S., waiter, Brooklyn 
Martin, S., coachman, Alameda 
Martin, II. \V., clerk, Brooklyn 
Martin, J. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Martinez, J. J., farmer, San Lean- 

dro 
Martinez, J., farmer, San Leandro 
Mareido, F. P., laborer, Alvarado 
Marciel, F. P., farmer, Oentervillo 
Marks, M., book keeper, Oakland 
Marks, I., peddler, Oakland 
Marshall, Jr.,B.D., paper hanger, 

Oakland 
Martin, F. D., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Martin, J. L., gardener, Oakland 
Mashado, J., gardener, Brooklyn 
Massie, W. C, clerk, Livermore 
Maso, A., farmer, Livermoro 
Mast, A., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Mastic, E. B., lawyer, Alameda 
Mastic, S. L., lumber dealer, S. F., 

Alameda 
Mason, E. J., blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Mason, E., blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Mason, E., blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Mason, \V. C, salesman, Oakland 
Mason, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Mason, L. D., gardener, Oakland 
Mason, O, farmer, Livermore 
Ma.-on, B. F., student, Brooklyn 
Mass, 0., saloon keeper, Alvarado 
Masser, A., farmer, Livermore 
Masser, J., farmer, Livermore 



Masterman, W. H., machinist, San 

Leandro 
Mastick, J. W., clerk, Alameda 
Matcovich, F., cook, Oakland 
Matheny, A. C, (armor, llaywards 
Mather, J.W., merchant, Oakland 
Mather, S.H.. real estate, Oakland 
Mathews, E. G., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Mathews, P., farmer, Oakland 
Mathews, H. E., clerk, Brooklyn 
Mathews, G. W., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Mathews, W. H., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Mathews, P., horse shoer, Alva- 
rado 
Mathews, B. F., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Mathews, Jr., J., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Mathews, J. E., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Mathews, J., laborer, Livermore 
Mathews, C. IL, laborer, Oakland 
Matson, L., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Matson, IL M., carpent'r, Oakland 
Mattox, Sr.,W., farmer, Haywarda 
Mattoy, J., laborer, Ilavwards 
Matty, C, laborer. Oakland 
Mattingly, W. T., insurance agent, 

Cerbert 
Matthews, A., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Matson, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Matthews, J. IL, cook, Livermore 
Mathews, II. E., clerk, Brooklyn 
Matson, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Matheson, P., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Mathews, Mrs. M. K., Brooklyn 
Mathews, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Mathew, E., G., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Matzen, G, salt maker, Mt. Eden 
Mathiesen, P., salt maker, Mt. 

Eden 
MATHEWS & HILTON, livery 

and undertaking, Livermore 
Mathews, U. \\\, livery and un- 
dertaking, Livermore 
Mauvais, Z., clerk, Oakland 
Maxium, C. F., laborer, Oakland 
Maxmillian, li., restaurant and 

saloon, Alameda 
Maxwell, J. D., salesman, Oak- 
land 
May, G., farmer, Livermore 
May, T., laborer, Oakland 
May, A., seaman, Brooklyn 
Mayborn, C. G., farmer, Oakland 
Maver, J., tinsmith, Oakland 
Mahow, H. A., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Mayo, 0. G., carpenter, Oakland 
Mayriseh, G., merchant, Encinal 
Mayriseh, A., merchant, Encinal 
Mayriseh, E., none, Alameda 
May, E. A., hardware merchant, 

Oakland 
Maybee, H., N., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Mayea, G., oyster dealer, S. F., 

Alameda 
Maybee, H. N., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Mayo, G. II. , gardener, Brooklyn 
Mayes, G., mere-hunt, Alameda 
May, G., farmer, Livermore 
MAY, A., butcher, llaywards 
Maz/.anovich, L., farmer, Alameda 
McAlflin, Mrs. M. B., Brooklyn 
McAravy, B., fireman, West Oak- 
land 
McAustin, W., farmer, llaywards 
McAvinn, P., foreman, Oakland 
McAvoy, J., laborer, Alameda 
McAvoy, F., shipwright, Oakland 
Me Arthur, G., pattern maker, San 
Leandro 



McArthur, J., clerk, Oakland 
McBoyle, G., clerk, Oakland 
McBrido, J., carpenter, Liver- 
moro 
MeBrine, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Me Bride, E., Oakland 
MeBurnie. J., cook, Centerville 
McCASKELL, II. , carriage black- 
smith, Alvarado 
McCarthy, 1<\, laborer, Oakland 
McCarthy, B., laborer, Oakland 
McCaanell, M.. Brooklyn 
McCausland, W., laborer, llay- 
wards 
Met 'a be, J., store, Oakland 
MeCabe, L., laborer, Dnblin 
McCabe, J., laborer, Oakland 
MeCabe, P., farmer, San Loandro 
McCane. J., hostler, Dublin 
McCarthy, W. IL, real estate 

agent. Oakland 
McCarthy, James, laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
McCarthy, J., laborer, Oakland 
McCarthy, Daniel, plumber, Oak- 
land 
McCarty, Dennis, laborer, Oak- 
land 



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McClain, K., boiler maker, Brook- 
lyn 
McCIellan, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
McLean, C. C, larrner, Brooklyn 
McCaslin, A., teamster, Brooklyn 
McClure, B. E., capitalist, Mission 

San Jose 
McClain, J., fireman, Brooklyn 
McClintock, J., teamster, Brook- 
lyn 
McClelland, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
McClain, K., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
McCIellan, J., cigar dealer, Ala- 
meda 
McCanslan, W., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
McClure, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
McClain, Jr., A., miner, Liver- 
more 
McClane, G., expressman, Oakland 
McCleverty, C, stable keeper, 

Oakland 
McCIellan, H., cigar dealer, Ala- 
meda 
McClure, S., farmer, San Leandro 
McClure, D., teacher, Oakland 
McClure, S., military officer, Oak- 
land 
McCoy, A., tanner, Washington 
Corners 

McCormick, Mrs. , farmer, 

Brooklyn 
McCormick, D., farmer, Livermore 
McCoy, J., blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
McCollier, M., laborer, Pleasan- 
ton 
McComb, E. C, miner, Oakland 
McComb, W. H., farmer, Oak- 
land 
McConky, S., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
McConnaughy, X., farmer, San 

Lorenzo 
MeConnell, J. D., saddler, Oak- 
land 



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McCord, II., laborer, Oakland 
McCormiek, F., gardener, Pleas- 

anton 
McCormiek, J. J., machinist, Oak- 
land 
McCourtney, J. II., blacksmith, 

Temescal 
McCoy, D., laborer, Livermore 
McCoy, II., laborer, Oakland 
McCullough, J., grain dealer, Liv- 
ermore 
McCurdy, R., railroadman, Oak- 

land 
M*»OnIloagh, Gr. A., watchman, Al- 

varado 
Mcv-i.i.., J., farmer, Alvarado 
McCullough, C E., Oakland 
.MeCully, \\'., farmer, Liver more 
MeCuno, H. 0., painter, Oakland 
McCuno. J., laborer, Oakland 
McOrindle, J. M., weaver, Brook- 
lyn 
McCracker, J. II., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
McCruin, II., merchant, Oakland 
MeCrau, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
AlcCreery, A. J., farmer, Livor- 

moro 
MeOrillis, J. W., carpenter, Hay- 

wards 
AleCrossen, W., waiter, Oakland 
McDavid, A. J., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
McJUaniel, J. K., printer, Oakland 
McDermed, J. E., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
McDevitt, E-, farmer, Alvarado 
McDevitt, T. F. B., saddler, Hay- 
wards 
McDevitt, E., farmer, Washington 

Ci rners 
McDevitt, J., laborer, Livermoro 
MeDoi gal, J. C, dairyman, Alva- 
rado 

IciM.iiiH.ll, P. A., farmer, Ala- 
meda 
McDonald, Airs. S., Brooklyn 
McDonald, It., laborer, Xiles 
McDonald, A., blacksmith, Hay- 

wards 
.McDonald, P., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
UlcDole, L., miner, Xiles 
McDonald, K., farmer, Mission 

.^.ui Jose 
McDonald, T., farmer, i lay u aids 
di Donald, A., laborer, Oakland 
rlcDonald, •)., miner, Dublin 
vloDonald, ('., minor, Oakland 
dcDonald. R., farmer, Dublin 
McDonnell, M. C, real estate, 

Oakland 
H"Donough, C, saloon keeper, 
Oakland 

»• uugh, 'I'., laborer, ( lakland 

deDonough, M., laborer, Oakland 

! " ! enl, C. J., naval officer, 

(lakland 
rluDuiiald, 1!., miller, Centorville 
rlcDonner, 'I'., laborer, ( lakland 
McEldowney, J. (.'., miner, Oak- 
land 
McElroy, M., laborer, Oakland 
McKlroy, II.. clork, Oakland 
deFadden, \V.,iarmer, Brooklyn 
McFadden, 1'., teamster, la d 
ricFadden, A. W., merchant, 
iklyn 



McFarland, D., miner, Brooklyn 
McFeely, F., printer, Oakland 
McFlynn, J., farmer. Livermoro 
McGaulcy, G., gardener, Hay- 
wards 
McGarrigal, T., wheelwright, San 

Lorenzo 
McGarrv, A., clerk, Oakland 
McGauley, T., gardener, Oakland 
MeGee, P., farmer, Oakland 
MeGee, J., farmer, Oakland 
MeOoe, T., tinner, Oakland 
McGillivray.W., student, Oakland 
McGinnis, B., drayman, Brooklyn 
McGilliway, .J., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
McOinnass, R., farmer. Mission 

San Joso 
McGladry, G., hotel keeper, San 

Lea rid ro 
McGIashan, B., farmer, Livermore 
Mclaughlin, M., laborer, San Le- 
andro 
McGoitin, N., laborer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
McGonisal, I)., laborer, Oakland 
Mcflovern, '''., laborer, Oakland 
McGowan, J., clergyman, Alumeda 
McGrath, J., carpenter, Oakland 
j.it..ii.i.v-, P., laoui-i i, i lakland 
McGrath, B., farmer, Oakland 
McGuire, J., rigger, Oakland 
McGuire, \V., laborer, Oakland 
McGuire, F., laborer, Brooklyn 
MeGuiro, E., Oakland 
McGuire, P., farmer, Sunol 
McGuire, W. P., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Mcintosh, J., laborer, Oakland 
Mclntvre, G. W., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Mc In tyre, R., collector, San Lo- 

andro 
Mc Isaac, A., sexton, Oakland 
McKay, A. B., manufacturer, 

Brooklyn 
McKay, C. P., teamster, Oakland 
McKelvey, A., farmer, Altamont 
Mclvee, J. W., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
McKoany, P., gardonor, Washing- 
ton Corners 
M. KKOWN, JOS., blacksmith, 

Alvarado 
McKenzie, W., laborer, Oakland 
McKcirnan, J. B., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
McKeaney, P., butcher, Liver- 
moro 
MeKeany, A., laborer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
MeK.ee, B. L., law student, Oak- 
land 
MeKeo, E. D., student, Oakland 
McKeever, C, farmer, Oakland 
McKoever, T., laborer, fleasanton 
McKeever, P.. bostler, Ilaywards 
McKinney, A., Alvarado 
McKinney, I'., Alvarado 
McKinney, Mrs. L.. Alvarado 
McKinley, J., tailor, Livermore 
McKim, ,J. D., agent, Oakland 
McKinstry, 'P., farmer, Brooklyn 
McKissick, D., farmer, Brooklyn 
McLaughlin,*)., bra keman, Brook- 
lyn 
McLACHLAN, P., hotel and sa- 
loon, Washington Corners 
McLaughlin, B., pattern finisher, 

Alvarado 
McLaughlin, J. H., sheep raiser, 

Pleasahton 
McLaren, •!., laborer, (.lakland 
McLaren, C. S., clerk, Brooklyn 
McLaughlin, J., farmer, Mission 

San Jos.' 
McLaughlin, T., stock raisor, Dub- 
lin 
McLean, II. G., printer, Oakland 



McLean, K., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
McLeod, J. M., farmer, Livermoro 
McLEAN, C. L., dentLt, Liver- 
more 
McLean, C. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
McLean,.!. K,, minister, Brooklyn 
McLean, T. (1., minister, Brooklyn 
McLean, J. T., physician, Alameda 
McLellan, II. K., laborer,OaklaHd 
McLeod, T. B., farmer, Livermore 
McLeod & Stanley, general mer- 
chandise, Liv«rtnore 
McLean, J., machinist, Hay wards 
McLeod, A. J., merchant, Liver- 
more 
McLellan, Mrs. E., Brooklyn 
McLlellan, C. D., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
VIcMarthy, D., laborer, Oakland 
McManus, B., carpenter, Oakland 
McMahon, W., laborer, Oakland 
McMahon, J., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
McMahon, T., farmer, Livermoro 
McManus, J., miner, Brooklyn 
McManus, P., seaman, Brooklyn 
McMastor, R., laborer, Dublin 
McMaster, W., teamster, Alameda 
McMenomy, J. W., gardener, 

Brooklyn 
McMeruey, J. B., iron moulder, 

Oakland 
McMinds, I., farmer, Centervillo 
McMillian, A. F., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
McMillan, D., merchant, San Le- 
andro 
McMillan, P. D., grocer, San Le- 
andro 
McNamee, S., gardener, Oakland 
McNair, M.. stock dealer, Oakland 
McXamaru, T., laborer, Pleasan- 

ton 
McNamara, M., laborer, Oakland 
McXeal, G. B., farmer, Pleasantoii 
McNeill, J., laborer, Pleasanton 
McNeil, J., farmer, Oakland 
McXeil, W., farmer, Livermore 
McPherson, T. C, laboror, Oak- 
land 
McQuade, P., laborer, West Oak- 
land 
McQuarrie, D., brakeman, Oak- 
laud 
McQuilkin, J., bricklayer, Oak- 
laud 
McKao, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
McKeynolds, R., farmer, Liver- 
more 
McRoynolcls, C. W., tolograph op- 
erator, Livermore 
McSherry, A., hostler, Oakland 
MeW'ade, D. J_)., roadmaster, Oak- 
land 
McWav, C, rope maker, Brooklyn 
McWilliums, J., laborer, Oakland 
Moacham, K., miner, Oakland 
Mead, T. W., lumberman, AV'est 

Oakland 
Mead, L. G., commission merch- 
ant, S. F., Alameda 
Means, T., farmer, (Jakland 
Medan, J. II., farmer, Brooklyn 
Medcalf, H. S., farmer, Livermore 
Meeks, W. X.. real estate. I lakland 
Meeker, G. C, architect, Brooklyn 
Meeks, \V. H., farmer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Meeve, J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Meeve, II., laborer, Mt. Eden 
MEEK, \V., horticulturist, Hay- 
wards 
Meierdiorks, C, grocer, Alameda 
Meiggs, J. <L, (Jakland 
Meinecke, T., bricklayer, Brook- 
lyn 
Meir, J., farmer, Oakland 



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OF ALAMEDA COUNTY, 



16: 



Meinecke, G., carpenter, San Lo- 
renzo 

Meinecke, F., bricklayer. Brook- 
lyn 

Meirclierks. C merchant. Ala- 
meda 

MEININGER, H.. agricultural 
Works. ML Eden 

Melbourne, K., porter. Oakland 

Mello. C. 5.. laborer, Mission San 

Melone, A., laborer. Oakland 

. P., gardener, Oakland 
Melville, E .. carriage, maker, Oak- 
land 
Mendenhall, A., farmer, Liver- 

ermore 
Mendenhall, R., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Mendenhall, J. M., farmer, Liver- 

niore 
Mendenhall, M., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Menke, B., grocer, Oakland 
Mendoza. 1*. E., barber, Oakland 
Mentzer. B. C, clerk, Oakland 
Mengel, .1.. butcher. San Leandro 
Menzen. H.. laborer. Oakland 
Mendell.W. H., clerk, San Lorenzo 
Mendonsa. F. i>.. farmer, Brook- 
lyn 

. G.', Laborer. Mt. Eden 
Mendenhall, W. C., farmer, Liver- 

more 
Merrill, II., farmer, Brooklyn 
Merritt. IV. (.'.. m iunter, 'Oakland 
MEKKILL, BLACK £ Co., brick 

makers, Pleasanton 
Merriaian. N. C, carpenter, Oak- 
land 
MEKKILL, W. B., brick maker. 

Pleasanton 
MERRILL, M. H., brick maker, 

Fleasantun 
MERRITT, &. L.. land agent, 

Mis-i"n San Jose 
Merango, J., fisherman, Hay- 
wards 
Merrifield, E., brewer. Oakland 
Merriam, H.. farmer, Livermore 
Merrill. F. 0., thresher, Liver- 



more 
Merrill 

land 
Merrill 



W. F., mechanic, Oak- 



•I. T.. carpenter, Oakland 
Merriman. X. C, carpenter. Ala- 
meda 
Merritt, J. B.. manuf, Brooklvn 
Merrht. J. P.. student. Oakland 
Merriweather. F., laborer. West 

Oakland 
Mertz, J. H., carpenter. Oakland 
Mesa, B., farmer, Livermoro 
Mesa, B., vaiuero, Livermore 
Mesa, I., stock raiser, Livermore 

1 ., farmer, Pleasanton 
Mesa, M.. laborer, Pleasanton 

. M.. farmer. Pleasanton 
Messmer, K.. merchant, Brooklvn 
Metcalf, G. D., bank clerk, Oak- 
land 
Metcalf, 0. F., carpenter, Oakland 
F. W., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Meyer, I. C., merchant, Livermore 
Meyer, L., Oakland 
Meyer, J., gardener. Oakland 
Meyer. C, hotel keeper, Oakland 
Meyer, C, carpenter. Haywards 
Meyer, G. A., farmer. Mt. Eden 
Meyer, F.. laborer, San Lorenzo 
Meyers. F., merchant, San Le- 
andro 
Meyers, B. K., merchant, Oakland 
Meyers, J. P., hotel keeper. Liver- 
more 
Meysel, 0. S., barber, Oakland 
Meyer. A., shoemaker, Oakland 
Meyer, M., merchant, Livermore 



Meyers. G,, barber, Oakland 
Meyer, H. A., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Meyer, H.. farmer, Mt. Eden 
MEYER, H., cigar manuf, Hay- 

MEYER, G.. farmer. Mt. Eden 
Michner, W, K-, machinist. Hay- 
wards 

n,T. a, farmer, ML Eden 
MICHELSEN, J., salt manuf, Mt. 
Eden 

sen, J. H., laborer, Mt. 
Eden 
MICHELSEN, P.. salt manuf, Mt. 

Eden 
Michelson. Capt M„ Brooklyn 
Mickle.W. W., farmer. Livermore 
Mickli . F.. farmer. Livermore 
Michel, A., merchant. Oakland 
Michener, W. K., machinist. Hay- 
wards 
Miel. C-j professor, Oakland 
Miguel, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Mifls.W. DeW., farmer, Brooklyn 
Millington, J., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Mil burn, W-, farmer, ><iles 
Miller, L., Alameda 
Mills, Mrs. S. J.. Brooklyn 
Miller, J. F., teamster, Brooklyn 
Millard. S. W., farmer, Sunol 
Mills, D. S., carpenter, Mission 

San Jose 
Mills, L., blacksmith, Mission San 

MILLARD, T. W., farmer, Har- 

ri-burg 
Mills, D. T., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Milton, W., carpenter, Centerville 
Miller, C. E., farmer, Haywards 
Miller, J. H., laborer, Alameda 
Miller, K. B., printer, Oakland 
Mills, J. C., milkman, Centerville 
Miller. W. II., farmer, Haywards 
Miller, S. A., farmer, Centerville 
Miller, J. H., wheelwright, Liver- 
more 
Miller, S.. gunsmith, Livermore 
Miller, II. E.. farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Miller, J. E., farmer. Washington 

Corners 
Miller, A., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Miller, C. W„ farmer, Oakland 
Miller, L. E., farmer, Livermore 
Miller, E. K.. carpenter. Oakland 
Miller, N. M., printer, Oakland 
Miller. J. H., minister, San Lean- 
dro 
Miller, X. M., trader, Livermore 
Miller, t". W., farmer. Livermore 
Miller, H. W., pho:ographer. Oak- 
land 
Miller, H„ clerk. Oakland 
Miller. J., modeler, Brooklyn 
Miller, A. T. L., jeweler. Alameda 
Millington, J., carpenter, Ala- 
meda 
Millington, S. J., wood turner, 

Oakland 
Mills, T.. tinsmith. Alameda 
Mills, C. T.. clergyman, Brooklyn 
Mills, J., stock raiser. Oakland 
Mills, Jr., T.. tinsmith, Alameda 
Mill-. C. J., gardener. Oakland 
Milton, W., carpenter, Centerville 
Minahan, M., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Miner, E. G., farmer. Oakland 
Miner, W., carpenter, Oakland 
Minigan, J., rope maker, Brooklyn 
Minor. M. P.. bricklayer, Oakland 
Miranda, J. M., laborer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Miranda, M.. laborer. Pleasanton 
Miranda, C„ laborer, Pleasanton 
Miranda, A., laborer, Pleasanton 



Missen, J. K., merchant, Hay- 
wards 
Mitchell, C. T„ tinsmith. Oakland 
Mitchell, F. B., druggist, Hay. 

wards 
Mitchell, J. R., machinist, Hay- 
wards 
Mitchel, G. H., stock broker.Oak- 

land 
Mitchel, J. L., telegraph operator, 

Livermore 
Mitchell, E., farmer, Calaveras 

Yallev 
Mitchell, J., farmer, Centerville 
Mitchell. T. A., clerk, Oakland 
Mitchell, J. E., tinsmith, Hay- 
ward* 
Mitchell, B. H., brass finisher, 

Oakland 
Moat, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 

. J., farmer, Alvarado 
Moffatt, J., saloon keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Moffit, H. R., cook, Livermore 
IL. merchant. Alamed-i 
Mohr. H., laborer, Oakland 
Mohns. C, miner, Oakland 
Mohr, J., livery keeper, Liver- 
more 
Monrmann. J. H.. butcher, Oak- 
land 
Mohsbere. A., clerk, Oakland 
MOHR, CORNELIUS, farmer, 

Mt. Eden 
Mohr, Carl, farmer, Mt. Eden 
Molino, Y., farmer. Livermore 
Mollov. '1'., farmer, Brooklvn 
Moller, M.. clerk. Mt. Eden 
Mommsen. M.. farmer, II aj wards 
Monatr. J., farmer, Haywards 
Monaghan, P., laborer, West Oak. 

land 
Moneghan, J., stone mason, Liv- 
ermore 
Monson, C, laborer, San Lorenzo 
Montague. J. S.. civil engineer, 

Oakland 
Monteith, A., painter, Oakland 
Montgomery, J., farmer, Hay- 
war !- 
Montgomery, E., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Montgomery, C. F., printer, Oak- 
land 
Monsen, H. V., farmer, Haywards 
Monks. J. T., farmer, Centerville 
_ ".;ery, 0. A.. Captain. 
Brooklyn 
Monsen. M., farmer. Haywards 
Monsen. IL. farmer, Haywards 
Montross, A. B.. farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 

■ , J., moulder. Oakland 
Moore, II. A., farmer. Oakland 
Mooar, G.. clergyman, Oakland 
Moon, R.. merchant, San Lorenzo 
'. W.. carpenter. Oakland 
Moore, C. J., carpenter. Oakland 
Moore, A., farmer. Centerville 
Mooney, J., laborer. Brooklyn 
Moby, J. , railroad foreman, ljrook- 

lyn 
Moore, J. R., laborer, Oakland 
Moore, J. M., farmer, Centerville 
Moore, A. A., lawyer, Haywards 
Moore, J_. A., policeman, Oakland 
Moore, X., carpenter, Oakland", 
Moore. B. F., trader, Oakland 
Mi ore, T. R., miner, Oakland 
Moore. D., mill r, Brooklyn 
Moore, J. C. waiter. Oakland 
Moore, R., laborer, West Oakland 
Moore, E. F., carriage trimmer, 

Brooklyn 
Moore, E., laborer, Oakland 
Moore, J. C. porter, Oakland 
Morse, L. P., Brooklyn 
Morton, G. W., farmer, Pleasanton 
Moran. M.. San Leandro 









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Morgan, C. F., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
More, W. A., farmer, San Leandro 
Morehouse, L. C, farmer, San Le- 
andro 
Morgan, T., farmer. Hay wards 
Morgan, P., farmer, Haywards 
Morni, F. D., dairyman, San Le- 
andro 
Moras, J. V., Conterville 
Morrisey, Mrs. P., Brooklyn 
Moran, T., laborer, Oakland 
Morgan, G. L., farmer, Oakland 
Morgan, W. 1L, machinist, Liver- 
more 
Morgan, J. S. ; mariner, Oakland 
Morison, S. A., real estate agent, 

Brooklyn 
Morrison, J. H., clerk, Brooklyn 
Morrison, C. D., miner, Oakland 
Morrison, H., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Morris, H., telegraph operator, 

Pleasanton 
Morris, G. \V., farmer, Oakland 
Morscher, K., pattern maker, Oak- 
land 
Morse, I. II., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Moii, J. G., expressman, Oakland 
Moran, I >., teamster, San Leandro 
Moran, M. F., laborer, Haywards 
Moran, J. T., salesman, Oakland 
Moran, H. EL, railroad conductor, 

West Oakland 
Moran, G., fireman, Livermoro 
.More, \V. W., hackman, Oakland 
Morehead, S. C, laborer, San Le- 
andro 
Morehouse, L., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Morgan, G. R., wagon maker, San 

Leandro 
Morgan, W. P., agent, Brooklyn 
Morgan, T., farmer, Haywards 
Morgan, P., farmer, Haywards 
Morgan, J. H., laborer, Haywards 
Morgan.T. W., surveyor. Oakland 
Moria, Ft., laborer, San Leandro 
Morin, F. D., laundryman, San 

Leandro 
Moroley, I.., teamster, Oakland 
Morrill, S. b\, carpenter, Oakland 
Morrill, B. D., carriage maker, 

Livormore 
Morris, <;., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Morris, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
Morris, J. C, clerk, Oakland 
Morris, \\ r ., carpenter, Oakland 
Morrison, W., farmer, Alvarado 
Morrison, P., farmer, Centerville 
Morrison, I>. W., farmer, Wash- 
ington Comers 
Morrison, J. H., millman, Oak- 
land 
Morrison, H., joiner, West Oak- 
land 
Morrison, P., mariner, Oakland 
Morse, 11. N., sheriff. Sun Lean- 
dro 

D. A., farmer. Oakland 
Mo]-.., I;. ,\., farmer, Oakland 
Mo>-e, J. I-;., shoe maker, Oakland 
Mortimer, W., real estate agent, 

.\ iles 

C, farmer, Washington 
( lornei - 
Morton, W. A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Mosher, II., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Mos i, T. S., Alameda 
Moses, II.. farmer, Brooklyn 
Mosher, ft., tanner, Mt. Eden 
Mosher, 0., farmer, Mt. Eden 
. I .., clerk, Haywards 
r. W., watchman, Center- 
ville 
Mosher, .1. I,., farmer, Oakland 
Mobs, F., tanner, Brooklyn 



Moss, J. M., farmer, Oakland 
Moss, J. W., lawyer, Oakland 
Mntt, J., farmer, Havwards 
MOULTON, 0. P., farmer, Har- 

risburg 
Moulton, G. II., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Mountain, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Moulton. \V., farmer, Harrisburg 
Mount, J. II., clerk, Oakland 
Moussand, 11., gardener, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Moves, K. B., lawyer, Brooklyn 
Mower, B. N., carpenter, San 

Lorenzo 
Mowry, 0., farmer, Centerville 
Mowell, P. 1)., publisher, Oakland 
Moyes, R. B., attorney, Brooklyn 
Moyer, F., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Muba, D., laborer, Haywards 
Mudge, T. A., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Muesdoffer, K., peddler, Hay- 
wards 
Mueller, A., merchant, Livermore 
Mueller, C. G. C, musician, Oak- 
land 
Muir, II., farmer, Oakland 
Muldoon, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Mulqueeney, M., sheep raiser, Al- 

tamont 
Mulvey, P., farmer, Livermore 
Mulvey,C. A., plumber, Haywards 
Mnlvihill, D., laborer. Haywards 
Mulholland, J., painter, Brooklyn 
Mullen, J., farmer, Altamont 
Mulvey, Mrs. C., San Leandro 
Mullin, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Mullen, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Mulligan, 1)., farmer, Brooklyn 
Mulligan, J., hatter, Oakland 
Mullen, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Muller, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Mulcahy, M.. laborer, Brooklyn 
Mullen, T., plasterer, Brooklyn 
Muller, H.,shoo maker, Haywards 
Mulgrew, J., farmer, Oakland 
Mnlian, P., laborer, Oakland 
Mullegan, C, laborer, Oakland 
Muller, A. C, restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Mullen, T., miner, Oakland 
Mullen, T., plasterer, Brooklyn 
Muller, Earnst, jeweler, Oakland 
Muller, J., laborer, Oakland 
Mulligan, H.. fanner, Pleasanton 
Mulligan, J., blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Mulliken, J. D., ship carpenter, 

Oakland 
Mulliken, J. C, caulker, Oakland 
Mullballand, R., fanner, Oakland 
Mullin, N. H., painter, Oakland 
Munson, M., farmer, Haywards 
Munyon, 1'., farmer, Centerville 
Munson, D. L., merchant, Ala- 
meda 
Munos, J. S., fruit store, Liver- 
more 
Munch, C. G., sheep raiser, Liver- 
more 
Munell, J, T., miner, Oakland 
Munos, J., saloon keeper, Liver- 
moro 
Munson, Jr., (!., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
M uny an, E., farmer, Centerville 
Munyan, A. L., jowoler, Center- 
ville 
Murphy, S., hotel keeper. Mission 

San Jose 
Murphy, D., laborer, Brooklyn 
Murphy, K. M., student, Oakland 
Murphy, J., farmer, Haywards 
Murdock, N. E., millwright, 

Brooklyn 
Mil PHY, E., hotel, Dougherty 
Station 



E. MURPHY, 

Proprietor 

Hotel, Livery Stable and Stage Line 

FROM 

Haywards to Dougherty Station, 

Alameda Co., Cal. 

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Murphy, J. P., farmer, Brooklyn 
Murrey, F., stock raiser, Dough- 
erty Station 
Murrey, P., sheep raiser, Dough- 
erty Station 
Murrey, D. J., sheep raiser, 

Dougherty Station 
Murray, J. I., carpenter, Center- 
ville 
Murphy, J., laborer, Nilos 
Murphy, T., laborer, Pleasanton 
Murray, W. B., clerk, Oakland 
Murnane, P., farmer, Haywards 
Murphy, J. F., merchant, San Le- 
andro 
Murphy, AY. C, carpenter, San 

Leandro 
Murphy, J. J., saloon keeper.Oak- 

land 
Murphy, C, farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Murphy, H.,laundrymnn, Oakland 
Murphy, A., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Murray, M., laborer, Pleasanton 
Murray, T., painter, Mission San 

Jose 
Murray, 0., laborer, Oakland 
Murray, I,., farmer, Livermore 
Murray, H. H., farmer, Livermore 
Murray, G. E., painter, Alameda 
Mussen, P., laborer, Haywards 
Musser & McClure, Mission San 

Jose 
Muslar, L., baker, San Leandro 
Muttersbach, P., wheelwright, 

San Lorenzo 
Muvehill, D., laborer, Haywards 
Myers, A. F., carpenter, Oakland 
Myor, J. C, merchant, Pleasanton 
Myers, F. W., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Myers, G. C, railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Myers, P. H., carpenter, Oakland 
Myers, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Myers, C. F., clergyman, Center- 
ville 
Myers, A. II., clergyman, Oakland 
Myers, C, laundryman, West Oak- 
land 
Myers, J., farmer, Alameda 
Myers, II. A., tinner, Oakland 
Myers, W. T., engineer, Oakland 
Myles, R., painter, Oakland 
Myles, W., plasterer, Oakland 
Myres, D. G., stock broker, Oak- 
land 
Myrick, J. W., marble worker, 

Oakland 
Myron, T. H., shoe maker, Oak- 
land 
Myrick, J. B., machinist, Oakland 
Myres, W., morchant, San Lean- 
dro 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

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San Francisco. 



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■abb, R. C, clerk, San Leandro 
Nadon, A., blacksmith, Haywards 
Nagle, J., news agent, Alameda 
Nahl, II. W. A., artist, S. F., Ala- 
meda 
Xanmer, J. J., farmer, Decoto 
Nash, J. M., waiter, West Oak- 
land 
JAUERT, C. R., Union City Ho- 
tel, Alvarado 
Nnvin, M., farmer, Altamont 
Neall, .)., general business, San 

Leandro 
Kearney ers, H., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Neal, J. A., farmer, Dublin 
Neal, W., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Kearney, D., builder, Oakland 
Nealon, J., laborer, Oakland 
Nebas, F., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Neeger, J., clerk, Alameda 
Needham, G. S., music teacher, 

Oakland 
Needham, D., map peddler, Oak- 
land 
Nelson, T., butcher, Centerville 
Nehrbrass, !•'., farmer, Haywards 
Neilson, J. B., laborer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Neller, L., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Nelson, H., laborer, Haywards 
Nelson, C, carpenter, Alameda 
Nelson, W. P., farmer, Centerville 
Nelson, T., butcher, Centerville 
Neumann, L., ui)holsterer, Oak- 
land 
Neudeck, C, butcher, Haywards 
Neweomb, W., gardener, Oakland 
Newell, F. L., farmer, Alameda 
Newton, G. \V., laborer, Oakland 
Nowsom, A. L., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Newsom, J. J., architect, Brook- 
lyn 

Newbegin, C, miner, Brooklyn 
Niemann. K. F., saloon keeper, 

Oakland 
Niolson, C, blacksmith, Brooklyn 
Nielsen, L., farmer, Haywards 
Niehaiio, E., merchant, Center- 
ville 
Nielsen, X., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Nissen, II., farmer, Livermore 
Nissen, J., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Nissen, C. J., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Nissen, 0. N., merchant, Hay- 
wards 
XISSEX, J. K., Emmenherst 

Hotel, Haywarda 
Nissen, J. P., laborer, Mt. Eden 
NSsbet, J., gardener, Brooklyn 
Noblett, It., livery, Oakland 
Nobmann, J. H., saloon keeper, 

Alameda 
Noel, J., farmer, Oakland 
Noerr, &., machinist, Mt. Eden 
Noia, V. J., barber, Centerville 
Noia, F., laborer, Haywards 
Noia, A., miner, Haywards 
Nolan, M., laborer, Oakland 
Nolan, J., blacksmith, Oakland 
Nolan, A., laborer, Oakland 
Nolan, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Nolan, M., laborer, Oakland 
Nolen, M, J., teacher, San Lo- 
renzo 
Noll, C.j farmer, Alvarado 
Nol, P., laundryman, Oakland 
Nolan, P., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Norris, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Nordyke, il., farmer, Haywards 
NORXHEY X- Mi GRATH, black- 
smiths, Brooklyn 
Norton, I!. R., jeweler, Alameda 
Norris, G. S., farmer, Centerville 



Norris, J. C, clerk, Oakland 
Northrop, C. B., machinist, Oak- 
land 
Northrup, B. C, ship joiner, Oak- 
land 
Norcross, M. S-, potter, Mission 

San Jose 
Nourse, G. A., lawyer, Oakland 
Noud, J., laborer, Oakland 
Nourse, G. A., lawyer, Oakland 
Noyer, F., laborer, Haywards 
Nowottny, E., butcher, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Noyes, W. T., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Noyes, J. II., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Noyes, C. W., fireman, Haywards 
Noyes, W. D., upholsterer, Oak- 
land 
Nugent, M., San Leandro 
Nugent, W., laborer, Haywards 
Nugent, 0., laborer, Oakland 
Nunes, J., farmer, Haywards 
Nunez Bros., farmers, San Lean- 
dro 
Nunenmacher, R., gardener, Oak- 
land 
Nunias, F.. laborer. Livermore 
Xunn, A., gardener, Oakland 
Nunes, J., farmer, San Leandro 
Nunes, A. P., laborer, Brooklvn 
NUSBAUMER, L.. stock raiser, 
1% miles from Sunol on Stockton 
Koad, S u in i 1 
Xutter, J. W., farmer, Alvarado 
Nye, S. G., lawyer, San Leandro 
Xuttman, V.W., general job work, 
Niles 



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Oakes, T., hotel, Haywards 
Oakland Gas Co., Oakland 
Oakes, D. B., miner, West Oak- 
land 
Oakes, A. G., hotel keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Oakes, G. W., clerk, Oakland 
Oakes, N. D., carpenter, Oakland 
Oakley, S. E., merchant, Oakland 
Oaklev, R. 0., real estate agent, 

Alameda 
O'Beirne, J., trader, Oakland 
OBERMULLER, G.. farmer, Mt. 

Eden 
Obermuller, F., laborer, Mt. Eden 
O'Brien, J., saddles and harness, 

Livermore 
O'Brien, J., laborer, Alameda 
O'Brien, P., farmer, Brooklyn 
O'Brien, Mrs. E. M., farmer, 

Brooklyn 
O'Brien, N., laborer, Dublin 
O'Brien, J., farmer, Dublin 
O'Brien, J. L., carpenter, Oakland 
O'Brien, N., blacksmith, Oakland 
O'Brien, M., laborer, Altamont 
O'Connor, T., laborer. Oakland 
O'Connor, M., wheelwright, San 

Lorenzo 
O'Connell, J., farmer. San Lorenzo 
O'Connell, P., farmer, San Lorenzo 
O'Connor, T., laborer, Mission San 

Jose 
O'Connor, J., shoemaker, Oakland 
O'Connor, F. J., tinsmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Odell, G. E., miner, Oakland 
Odell, C. E., laundryman, \V. 0. 
Odle, W. S., carpenter, Oakland 
O'Donnell, T., teamster, Oakland 



O'Donnell, P., laborer, Brooklyn 
O'Donohue, M., shoemaker, 

Brooklyn 
Oofele, W., barkoepeV, Oakland 
Oeigh, J., wood and coal dealer, 

Brooklyn 
O'Gara, T., railroad man, Oakland 
Ogg, J. 0., carpenter, Oakland 
O'Oorman, M., laborer, Livermore 
O'Hara, J., fanner, Livermore 
O'Hara, H., miner, Livermore 
O'Hare, J., printer, Oakland 
Ohlig, A.."mercbant, Oakland 
Oblsen, M., salt m'anuf, Mt. Eden 
Ohm, F., stevedore, Alameda 
< dune, Q., Brooklyn 
Oldham, J., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Olivera, F., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Ollis, H., blacksmith, Oakland 
Oliver, A. S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Olinnon, J., hotel, Brooklyn 
Oliver, A., salt manuf, .Mt. Eden 
Oliver, 11. G., agent, Brooklyn 
Olleason, S., agent, Haywards 
Olney, W., lawyer, Oakland 
Olofson, P., stevedore, Brooklyn 
Olsen, A., merchant, Oakland 
Olson, J., blacksmith apprentice, 

San Lorenzo 
01esen,'01e, saloon, Livermore 
Olssen, C, laborer, Harrisburg 
Olsen, P., farmer, San Lorenzo 
O'.Mally, J., farmer, Sunol 
Omis, M. L., farmer, Centerville 
Ommeusen, Ole, laborer, Mt.Eden 
O'Neal, C, builder, Oakland 
O'Neall, W., farmer, Oakland 
O'Neill, IL, farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
O'Neill, J. J., painter, Oakland 
O'Neil, T., laborer, Haywards 
O'Neill, J., nursery man. Hay wards 
Orelup, J. K., plasterer, Oakland 
O'Regan, J., farmer, San Leandro 
O'Reardon, T., plasteser, Oakland 
0' Began, T., farmer, San Leandro 
Ormsby, A. W., engineer, Oakland 
Ornev, W. IL, machinist, West 

Oakland 
O'Kouke, J., laborer, Oakland 
O'Rouke, P., laborer, Oakland 
O'Kourke, M., farmer, Altamont 
Orr, S., millwright, Alameda 
Orr, E. H., brakeman, Oakland 
Orr, M., laborer, Oakland 
Ortman, W., fanner, Oakland 
Osborn, C. A., brakeman, Alta- 
mont 
Osborn, S., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Osborn, T., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Osborn, B., laborer, Oakland 
Osbourne, S., clerk, Brooklyn 
Osborn, W., miner, Pleasanton 
Osgood, L. E., farmer, Washing- 
ton 
Osgood, J. A., miner, Oakland 
Osgood, J. L., farmer, Centerville 
O'Shea, D. J., shoe maker, Oak- 
land 
Ostrander, C. E., restaurant keep- 
er, Oakland 
Ostwald, L., cabinet maker, Oak- 
land 
O'Sullivan, J., laborer, Altamont 
O'Sullivan, T. J., laborer, Oak- 
land 
O'Sullivan, M., fireman, Niles 
Otis, W. J., laborer, Berkeley 
Outwater, J. D., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Overackor, A. A., farmer, Liver- 

moro 
Overacker, M. J., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Overacker, G. P., farmer, Liver- 
more 



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Overackor, S. II., farmer, Center- 
ville 
Overacker, EL, fanner, Centerville 
Oviatt, T. M., clergyman, San Le- 
nin! ro 
Owens, L. C, secretary, Oakland 
Owen, F. A., piano tuner, Alta- 

mont 
Owen, 0. W., veterinary surgeon, 

Sunol 
Owen, D. C, postmaster, Alvarado 
Owens, E., minor, Livermoro 
Owen, J-, farmer, ML Eden 
Owens, J. 1L, clergyman, Center- 

viiio 

Owens, 0. 11., farmer, Livermore 
Owen, 11. It., conductor, Haywards 
Owens, <»., farmer, Livermore 
Owens, II. K., carriage painter, 

Brooklyn 
Owens, EL, painter, Brooklyn 
Owen, .L N., laborer, Oakland 



Nye & Achesou, 

Importers of 

315 & 317 PINS STREET, 

Sail Francisco. 



IraP. Rankin. Albert P. Brayton. 
PACSFIO IROH WORKS, 

Fiv*>< »V Frrmont Sts.. 
Bet. Mission & Howard, S. F. 

GODDARD & CO., 
Manufacturers of XteaiBi En- 
gines :ti»«5 R»i3crM. Quartz, 
Flour, Saw and Sugar Mills, Amal- 
gamators, Separators and Crushers, 
Mining Pumps and Hoisting Works. 
Water Wfa els and Machinery of 
Description. Only Manufac- 
turers of the celebrated Hartford 
Engine. «j. w. Fogs, «opt 



Packard, (.'., farmer, Brooklyn 
Pacheco, <'.. laborer, Harrisburg 
, P., laborer, Livermore 
Pacheco, A. V., farmer, San Lean- 

dro 
Paddock, C. I). W., farmer, West 

Oakland 
Paeschko, W., carpenter, Alameda 
Pa Pi o, L J, (., laborer, Pleas- 

anton 
Paepke, A. A. C, laborer, Pleas- 

b nton 
Page, S., blacksmith, Brooklyn 

Page, X erchant, Alameda 

Page, J. ■!.. shoemaker, Brooklyn 

a, R., sab, on, Alameda 
Pain, J., saloon keeper, Haywarda 
PALMER, .1. <_'., vineyard, P. 0. 

and iv- Mission San Jose 
Palmer, M. S., farmer, Livermore 
Palmer, M., laborer, Oentorville 
Palomares, J. D., carpenter, Liver- 
more 

■ L. L., journalist, Oakland 
V., farmer, Haywarda 

J 086 

Palmer, B. P., merchant, San Lo- 
andro 



J. R. PALMER, 

and Rotary Public 

Prompt attention given to 

Collections. 

PLEASANTON, ALAMEDA C9., CAL. 



PALMER, J. B., attorney and 

notary public, Pleasanton 
Palmer, E. F., agent, .Mission San 
Palmer, X., laborer, Niles 
Palmtag, L., brewer, Haywards 
Palmer, X. \\\, clerk, Alameda 
Palmer, H. A., cashier. Oakland 
Palmer, ('. E., clerk, San Lcandro 
Palmer, O. McK., harness maker, 

Oakland 
Palmer, C. T. IL, banker.Oakland 
Palmer, L., farmer, Alameda 
Palmer, C. C, clerk, Oakland 
Palmer, F. L., bar keeper, Oakland 
Palmer, A. \V., saddler. Oakland 
Palmer, J. B., farmer, Miasion .San 

Joso 
Pantusky, II. .junk dealer. Oakland 
Pantoskey, J., furniture dealer, 

Oakland 
Pann, J., baker, Haywards 
Park, T. E., plasterer, Oakland 



PARKER &. NOBLE, 

PROPRIETORS 

Berkeley Landing Planing & Grist Mill, 

Manufacturers of 

Mouldings, Frames. Brackets, Water 

Tanks and every Description of 

INSIDE FINISH. 
"Rails, Balusters and Newels con- 
stantly on hand. All kinds of Plan- 
ing, Sawing and Turning executed 
promptly. 



Parker, H. V. B., carpenter, San 

Leandro 
Parkor, L., farmer, Oakland 
Parker, F. L., carpenter, Oakland 
Parkor, C. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Parkor, IL, blacksmith, San Le- 
andro 
Parsons, S. S., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Parsons, S., hairdresser, Brooklyn 
Parsons, J. T. II. , laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Parsons, L. N., carpenter, Oakland 
Patterson, N. G., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Parker, A., laborer, Oakland 
Parkor, J.N. , wheelwright, Brook- 
lyn 
Parker, G. A., salesman, Oakland 
Parker, .J. IL, farmer, Centerville 
Parker, G. W., farmer, Alameda 
Pardee, K. II. , oculist, Oakland 
Parkes, T., tanner. San Leandro 
Paris, C. A., carpenter. Oakland 
Parish, R., carpenter, Oakland 
Party, A. F. W., mining engineer, 

Oakland 
Parkinson, W. F., clerk, Oakland 
Parry. T., farmer, Alvarado 
Parry, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Parrish, I>. \V. C„ carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Parrish, W. IL, mechanic, Oak- 
land 
Parshall, A. P., plasterer, Oakland 
Park hurst, IL, cabinet maker, 

Oakland 
Parcel Is, P. J., clerk, Mission San 

.! ose 
Parsons, <;. \Y., fanner, Oakland 
Partridge, WML, fireman, Oakland 
Paradise, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
Parr, 'P., harness maker, Pleas- 
anton 
Pasmore, E. J., agent, Oakland 
Patterson, J. E., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Pat I, r-un, W. F., painter, Oakland 
Patch, (J., gardener, Oakland 
Patten, D. 11. , bank teller, Brook- 
lyn 
Pattorson.T., wheelwright, Liver- 
more 



Patterson, A., farmer, Alvarado 
Patten, B.F., real estate. Brooklj 
Patten, W., real estate, Brooklj 
Patterson, G. W., farmer. Cento 

ville 
Patterson, J. M., farmer, Broo 

lyn 
Patterson, J. D., farmer, Brool 

lyn 
Patterson, G. G., farmer, Brooi 

lyn 

Patterson, J., farmer, Pleasantc 
Paul, J., butcher, Centerville 
Paul, P. L., plumber, Oakland 
Paull, J. IL, teamster, West Oal 

land 

Pavao, J., laborer, San Leandro 
Pawling, \V. M., farmer, Live 

more 
Payne, G. IL, book keeper, Ss 

Leandro 
Payne, P., moulder, Alvarado 
Payson, L). W., farmer, Missk 

San Joso 
Payzant, \V\ T., book seller, Oal 

land 

Payne. E. B., clergyman, Oaklar 
Peacock, G. W., hotel and gener 

merchandise, Harrisburg 
Pearce, W., livery stable, Ha 

wards 

Pearson, D. C, teacher, Brooklj 
Pearson, M. R., student, Brooklj 
Pearson, A. C, stair builder, Oal 

land 
Pearson, C. E., real estate agen 

Oakland 
Peabody, II. IL, sailor, Oakland 
Peabody, J. A., seaman, Oaklan 
Peasland, J., laborer, Alvarado 
Pease, C. F., farmer, Pleasanton 
Pearlman, B. M., clerk, Oaklanc 
Peck, M. W., farmer, Alameda 
Peck, W. A., carpenter, Hay wan 
Peck. W. 1>; railroad man, We 

Oakland 
Peck, A., miner, Brooklyn 
Peck, E. A., miner, Brooklyn 
Peck. J. R., laborer, Brooklyn 
Pechaco, F., laborer, Livermore 
Pechaoo, J. M., laborer, Live 

more 

Peckham, A. E., painter, Oaklar 
Peek ham, C. 0., laborer, Oaklar 
Pecker, J. W., driver, Brooklyn 
Pedrick, J. B., cook, Brooklyn 
Pedlar, \\ r . II. , engineer, Oaldar 
Pedro, J. G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peders, J., farmer, Haywards 
Pecker, J. C, shoe maker, Brool 

lyn 
Peel, A., cook. Oakland 
Peet, E. W., sheep raiser, Xiles 
Peftdortt', I)., salt manufacture 

Mt. Eden 
Peguim, J., laborer, Oakland 
Pelton, J. S., carpenter. Alamec 
Pelladeau, (i., fanner, Oakland 
Pelouze, W., typo founder, Oal 

land 
Pemberthy, T., Brooklyn 
Pemberton, J. IL, carpenter, Oal 

land 
Pombleton, E., carpenter, All 

meda 

Pendleton, B. F., dentist, Oaklan 
Pennypacher, J. L, printer, Oal 

land 

Ponwell, S. A., teacher, Brookly 
Ponnell, C, A., railroad ma) 

Brooklyn 
Penniman, J., Oakland 
Pennington, A. IL, agent, Oaklan 
Pennyman, H. P., farmer, Brool 

lyn 
Penke, Mrs. E., land owner, M 

Eden 
Pepe, F. C, farmer, Centerville 
Peralta, M., farmer, Brooklyn 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. KOUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., I 



ikland Stone Manufacture Co. Office, 472 7th St. ; Factory, cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OP ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



171 



Peralta, K., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta \. M., real estate dealer, 

Brooklyn 
Peralta, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta, G., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta, C farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta, P., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
I'eralta, A. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Peralta,. I. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
Perrin, W. !>., 1 iborer, Brooklyn 
Pert, LI., engineer, Brooklyn 
Perrv, J. A., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Peri no, X. P., real estate dealer, 

Brooklyn 
Perrv, D., laborer, Alvarado 
Perrine.,1. S., farmer, Livermoro 
perry, T., farmer, Alvarado 
Perham, E. S., carpenter, Brook- 

Per'poli, , salt manuf, Mt Eden 

Perham L., carpenter, Ilavwards 
Peres, F., farmer, Conturville 
Perkins, F. L., minor, Alameda 
Pereira, M. S., fanner, Alvarado 
Perez, L. M., elerk. Oakland 
Perre, .]., farmer, Cariterville 
Perkins, II. F., moulder, Oakland 
Peivv, S., farmer, Oakland 
Perrv, J. \V. S., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Perry, Jas. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Perry, J. E., carpenter, Livermore 
'Perry, G., laborer, Oakland 
Perry, Jas. A., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Perrv, EL H., engineer, Oakland 
Perrv, L. 11.. butcher, Oakland 
Pereira, J. A., farmer, Haywards 
IPereira, J. J., farmer, Ilavwards 
Perham, J. F., poundmaster, 

Brooklyn 
iPorine, G. M., contractor, Brook- 
lyn 
Perrin, M., laundryman, West 
| Oakland 

Porrin, E. R., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
[Perrin, J., sail maker, Oakland 
Perdue, R. H., whitener, Alameda 
iPestdorf, D , farmer and salt mak- 
• er, Mt. Eden 

Pestdorf, ('., salt maker, Mt. Eden 
[Peterson, 11., farmer, Mt. Eden 
[Peterson, B.. F., farmor, Mt. Eden 
IPoterman, H., general merchan- 
| dise.Mt. Eden 

Petersen, J. J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
[Petersen, A., boatman, San Lo- 
! ren/.o 

Peters, E. S., laborer, Mission San 
! Jose 

Petersen, N., laborer, Oakland 
Peterson, C. T., mariner, Mt. Eden 
Peterson, A., farmer, Oakland 
Peterson, J. C., farmer, Pleasanton 
Peterson, J., whitewasher, Oa li- 
fe land 

[Peterson, C. C, seaman, Oakland 
kPeterson, H. S., teamster, Oak- 
r land 

[Peterson, P. 0.. farmer, Brooklyn 
^Peterson, P. M., farmer, Hay- 
[ wards 

: Peterson, B., farmer, San Lorenzo 
! Peterson, M., farmer, Haywards 
KPettit, 11. N., merchant, Brooklyn 
jPfonninger, H., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
pPharo, J. A., fireman, Oakland 
Kholps, D. N., machinist, San Le- 
andro 
Phelps, G. W., farmer, San Lean- 
t dro 

Phelps, C, miner, Oakland 
IPhelos, J., expressman, Oakland 
j.Piiillips, G. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Phillips, J., boot makor.Washing- 

tnn < 'orners 
'Phillips, T., laborer, San Leandro 



Phillips, (L, machinist, Oak-land 
Phillips, 0. II., farmer, Oakland 
Phillips, M. C, merchant, Oakland 
Phillips, II. , carpenter, Brooklyn 
Philbrick, B. P., laundryman, 

Oakland 
Phillips, J., farmer, Centerville 
Picker, T., bricklayer, Oakland 
Piechoto, M. S., farmer, Alvarado 
Pfeiuing, 11.. seaman, Oakland 
Pierce, 0. U., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Pierce, W. P., teamster, Alameda 
Pierce, K., gentleman, Brooklyn 
Pierce, D. 1'., farmer, Altamont 
Pierce, J. II., engineer, Oakland 
Piepoubnrg, A., musician, Oak- 
land 
Pike, D. P., printer, Oakland 
Pimentol, J., barber, Haywards 
Pimental, F., boarding house, 

Ilavwards 
Pink ham, P., carpenter, Oakland 
Pinkham, G- T., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Pinkham, W. P., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Pinheiro, J. D., blacksmith, 

Brooklyn 
Pinckney, M., clerk, Pleasanton 
Pioda. P., teacher, Oakland 
Pitchford, W. II., printer.Oakland 
Pixley, E., carpenter, Oakland 
Plaw, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Plavtcr, E. W., accountant, Oak- 
land 
Place, J. A., trader, Oakland 
Plummer, C. A., salt works, Mt. 

Eden 
Plummer, J. W., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Plummer, J. A., clerk, Centerville 
Pohlv, M., butcher, Oakland 
Poinsett, W., farmer, Oakland 
Poinsett, \V\, laborer, Oakland 
Polity C, cook, Oakland 
Polley, II., machinist, Oakland 
Pomerov, E. B., student, Oakland 
POOLE, J. P., watchmaker, 

Livermore 
Poorman. C D., engineer, Oakland 
Pope, E., farmer, Livermore 
Pope, K. T., stock raiser, Liver- 
more 
Pope, S. B., clerk, Ilavwards 
Pope, J. P., Custom House officer, 

Oakland 
Pope, T. E., merchant, Oakland 
PORTER, I. B. L, bookkeeper, 

llarrisburg 
Porter, J. it., farmer, Brooklyn 
Porter, A., farmer, Centerville 
Porter, W. II., bookkeeper, Ala- 
meda 
Porter, T. II. , merchant, Oakland 
Port, C. B., clergyman, Oakland 
Portal, A., cook, Brooklyn 
Post, R., engineer, Brooklyn 
Postlethwaite, H., blacksmith, 

Oakland 
Potter, K. A., clerk, Washington 

Corners 
Potts, R. C, printer, Oakland 
Powers, W., farmer, Haywards 
Powers, D., laborer, Oakland 
Powers, E., laborer, Oakland 
Powers, it. A., baker, Oakland 
Powell, E., laborer, Centerville 
Powell, W. W., porter, Oakland 
Powell. J. 11., waiter, Brooklyn 
Powell, II. C, telegraph operator, 

San Leandro 
Powse, F. A., miner, Alvarado 
Poyorona, J. L\, farmor, Liver- 
more 
Pratt, D., doctor, San Leandro 
Pratt, C. II., physician, Alvarado 
Pratt, D. W., painter, Oakland 
Pratt, P. T-, farmer, Pleasanton 
Pratt, A., teacher, Oakland 



Pratt, II, A., farmer, Haywards 
Pratt, J. Hi, music teacher, Oak- 
land 
Pratt, P. F., doaler, Oakland 
I'rathor, W. L., farmer, Oakland 
Prescott, C. J., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Prescott, J. D., milkman, Oakland 
Prentice, A. M., surveyor, Oak- 
laud 
Preston, J. P., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Price, J, R., surveyor, Oakland 
Priestley, T. W., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Prindle, F., pipe maker, Oakland 
Price, C. 0., carpenter, Oakland 
Price, L., lawyer, Alameda 
Price, H. 11. , farmor, Brooklyn 
Price, J., carpenter, Ilavwards 
Price, A., elerk, Oakland 
Price, J. M M printer, Oakland 
Price, F. 0., carpenter, Oakland 
Pritehard, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Prindle, II. F., machinist, Brook- 
lyn 
Primrose, J., laborer, Pleasanton 
Proctor, J. M., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Proctor, D. W., farmer, Haywards 
Proctor, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Provost, E. R., engineer, Liver- 
more 
Prouso, J. E., printer, West Oak- 
land 
Prowse, J. II., farmer, Haywards 
Prowse. Cm farmer, Haywards 
Prohl, H., laborer, San Lorenzo 
Pryor, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Pryal. A. L., horticulturist, Oak- 
land 
Puff, C, farmer, Haywards 
Pumphrey, M. G., conductor, Oak- 
land 
Purcell, J., blacksmith, San Lean- 
dro 
Purnell, W. S., barber, Oakland 
Putnam. U. J., clerk, Brooklyn 
Putnam, A. II., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Putnam, C. C, painter, San Lean- 
dro 
Putnam, G. W., laborer, Oakland 
Pyle, F., secretary, San Lorenzo 
Puariea, A., farmer, Centerville 
Pumyea, N. I)., stableman, Oak- 
land 
Purdy. J. E., bookkeeper, Oakland 



Spriagfiald Gas Machine 

M4.MES WAS 
at 81-13 per thousaml feel. 

NYE & ACKESON, 

AGENTS, 

315 & 317 Pine St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



Queen, M., showman, Haywards 
Quigley, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Quigley, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Quigley, T., salt maker, Alvarado 
Quigley, M., laborer, Oakland 
Quigley, E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Quill, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Quinn, D. J., blacksmith, San Le- 
andro 
Quinn, Cath., Mrs., Alameda 
Quinn, J., waiter, Oakland 
Quinn, P., laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Quinn, J. C bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Quinn, Jas., laborer, Oakland 



Driers by mail for lob Printing solicited by DE POEEEST & GASEILL, S2S B'y. 



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L. L. PAULSON'S DIRECTORY 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

315 Si 317 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



Rademacher, A. P., machinist, 

Oakland 
Raddan, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Radcliff, C. M., justice of peace, 

Alameda 
Rafferty, T., farmer, Pleasanton 
Rahmstorf, C, laborer, Oakland 
Railton, E. M., telegraph opera- 
tor, Oakland 
Rallins, M., fanner, Centerville 
Raleigh, J. F., carpenter, Oakland 
Ralph, J., merchant, Alvarado 
Ralph, J, II., general merchan- 
dise, Alvarado 
Ralls. W., saloon keeper. Oakland 
Ralph, W. T., farmer, Alvarado 
Rainmelsberg, A., farmer, Oak- 
land 
Ramsay, J., laborer, San Leandro 
Ramsin, G., waiter, Oakland 
Ramsell, W., clerk, Mission San 

Jose 
Rasmussen, C, salt maker, Alva- 
rado 
Ramirez, T., farmer, Brooklyn 
Ramirez, J., fruit dealer, Brooklyn 
Ramage, O, fanner, Haywards 
Ramage, J., coppersmith, Hay- 
wards 
Raws,, ii. M. L., San Leandro 
Randall, 0., farmer, Centerville 

Randell, Mrs. , Centerville 

Rankin, A. R., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Randall, A., merchant, Centerville 
Randalls, S. I!., pilot, Alvarado 
Rantzau, T. II., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Randlett, H. A., hotel keeper, 

Oakland 
Rankin, S. II., miller, Oakland 
Ran. .1., store keeper, Livermore 
Randall, J. 1., ship carpenter, 

Centerville 
Randall, J., farmer, Livermore 
Randall, J. A., harness maker, 

Oal land 
Randolph, A., carpenter, Oakland 
Raplee, J., laundryman, Oakland 
Rash more, W., laborer, Oakland 
Rasmussen, N., farmer, Haywards 
Rasmerson, I'., carpenter, West 

Oakland 
Rasmerrin.G., gardener, Alameda 
Rathbone, W. 1!., merchant, Oak- 

lan.l 
Rathjen, H., saloon keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Rathko, C, farmer. Pleasanton 
Raveks, II. .)., peddler, San Lo- 

andro 
Rawlins, .J. II., carpenter, Liver- 

more 
Rawson, A. II., artist, Mission San 

.1 ose 
Ray, .1., cook, Oakland 
Rayer, .1., farmer, Oakland 

■ d, !'., farmer, Oakland 

Rayn 1, II., miner, Oakland 

Raynor, J. C, laborer, Oakland 
Rayor, C. K.. tanner, Oakland 
Raymond, V. R.,D. S. Mint, Oak- 
land 
Reagan, !»., laborer, Oakland 
Rea, T., miner, Oakland 
Read, W.S., traveling agent, Oak- 
land 



Reader, P., hostler, Tomescal 
Reading, R. R., tobacconist, Oak- 
land 
Ready, J., blacksmith, San Lor- 
enzo 
Reagan, J., shoe maker, San Le- 
andro 
Reath, J. M., farmer. Mt. Eden 
Rector, L., cotton mill, Brooklyn 
Rector, V., cotton mill, Brooklyn 
Redding, 1). \V., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Redding, M. W , joiner, Oakland 
Redfield, J. W., physician, Oak- 
land 
Redican, D., plasterer, Oakland 
Redman, R. A., lawyer, Oakland 
Redstone, A. A., machinist, Oak- 
land 
Reed, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Reed, G. W., clerk, Oakland 
Reed, F. M., carpenter, Oakland 
Reed, R., carpenter, Oakland 
Reed, J. W.. carpenter, Oakland 
Reen, J. F., butcher, Livermore 
Reeves, .1. W., undertaker, Oak- 
land 
Reeves, R. II., dentist, Oakland 
Reeves, W. K., bricklayer, Oak- 
land 
Reeves, C. A., plasterer, Oakland 
Reed, R., broker, Brooklyn 
Reed, 0. P., boatsmith, Oakland 
Reen, J. F., butcher, Livermore 
Regna, Jr., A., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Regan, T., laborer, San Leandro 
Regan, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Regan, D., laborer, Livermore 
Rehfeuss, II., brewer, Oakland 
Reimers, F. P. L., bookkeopor, 

Oakland 
Reid, W. W., saddler, San Lean- 
dro 
Reid, A. C., laborer, San Leandro 
Reiehart. E., Brooklyn 
Reichstrath, L., shoemaker, Ala- 
meda 
Reilley, R.. farmer, Brooklyn 
Rpichart, N.. farmer, Brook I vn 
Reiehart, L., saloon keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Reichsrath, P., shoemaker, San 

Leandro 
Reichter, M., baker, Alameda 
Reid, J., engineer, Brooklyn 
Reilley, R., farmer, Brooklyn 
Reilly, J., farmer, Livermore 
Reiley, R., laborer. Mission San 

Jose 
Reimers, A., watch maker, Oak- 
land 
Reinhardt.M., laborer, Livermore 
Reinstadler, F., carpenter, Oak- 

Jand 
Reiter. J., farmer, Haywards 
Renard, E., sawyer, Oakland 
Renison, T., hotel clerk, Oakland 
Renne, C, laborer, Washington 

Corners 
Renny, F., laborer, Brooklyn 
Renshaw, E. B., lumber dealer, 

Haywards 
Renny. P., laborer, Brooklyn 
Rennell, II., tanner, Alameda 
Renney, J. A., clerk, Oakland 
Renshaw, P., clerk, Alameda 
Reu.ua, J. E., Brooklyn 
Ross, B., minor, Oakland 
Reuners, P., farmer, Pleasanton 
Reverley, J. C, bar keeper. West 

Oakland 
Reynolds, J. T., plumber, Oakland 
Reynolds, \V. T., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Reynolds, E. W. F., surveyor, Oak- 
land 
Reynolds, G. L., artist, Oakland 



Reynolds, G. W., merchant, Brj 

lyn 
Reynolds, D., farmer, Washinj 

Corners 
Rhinehart, J. 0., clerk, Alain 
Rhoda & Wilson, Brooklyn 
Rhoda, Mrs. — , Brooklyn 
Rhoda, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Rhoda, W. C, fanner, Brooklj 
Rhoda, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Rhodehamel, W. II., agent gi 

warehouse, Havwards 
Ribli, .(., cook. Oakland 
Ribby, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Richards, I., contractor, Cen 

ville 
Richmond, E. A., saloon keej 

Alvarado 
Richards, Jr., I., farmer, Nill 
Rice, H. W., machine shop, II 

wards 
Richards, Sr., I., farmer, Niles 
Riekenback, R.. Alameda, ( 

ponter, Brooklyn 
Richborn, A., bar keeper, Bro 

lyn 
Rich, A., laborer, Alameda 
Rice. J., carpenter, Oakland 
Rice, G. E., clerk, Oakland 
Rice, H., agent, Oakland 
Rich, S. S., lumberman, Alarm 
Rich, J. S., lumberman, Alarm 
Rich, J. S., clerk, Oakland 
Rich, W. W.. farmer, Livermoi 
Richards, J. T., fanner, Li verm 
Richards, J., laborer, West Oi 

land 
Richardson, S. 0., clerk, W 

Oakland 
Richardson, G., jobbing, Oakla 
Richardson, D. S., school teacljj 

Brooklyn 
Richardson, G. H., clerk, San ! 

andro 
Richardson, A. C, teacher, Oi 

land 
Richardson, J. W., p 1 a s t e r e 

Brooklyn 
Richie, I., farmer, Washing! 

Corners 
Rickard, Af., laborer, Oakland 
Ricks. J. W., agent, Oakland 
Ridgley, II., milkman, Oakland 
Riders, Somers ,te Co., Harrisbi 
Rier, C, merchant, Oakland 
Rieverts, Jan, laborer, liavwai 
Riggs, W. W., farmer, Washinl 

Corners 
Righter, I. J., teamster, Lin 

more 
Riley, P., laborer, Oakland 
Riley, E., moulder, Oakland 
Rinaldo, II., laborer, Livennnr 
Kincke, J. E., engineer, Oaklsfl 
Rindespacher, L., farmer, Hi 

wards 
Rince, F., brakoman, Oakland 
Ring, 1)., laborer, Oakland 
Ring, G., fanner, Oakland 
Ring, P., farmer, Oakland 
Ringle, A. A., farmer, Livermoi 

Ringles, C, laborer. Liver re 

Rioten, A. H., paper hanger, Oa 

land 
Rippe, C, blacksmith, San L 

renzo 
Risdin, J. N., foundry, S. 1 

Brooklyn 
Riser, J. J., farmer, CentervilR 
Riser, C. W., blacksmith, Cent* 

ville 
Rischmiller, G., carpenter, Broo 

lyn 

RisJon, J. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
Riser, G. C, tinsmith, Oakland 
Rising, 0. B., broker, Oakland 
Rising, W. B., teacher, Oakland 
Ritchie, J., carpenter, San Lea 

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OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



173 



or, J. L., blacksmith, Hay- 
ards 

ers, B. II., bookkeeper, Hay- 
ards 

era A: W hidden, blacksinith- 
iop, Haywards 

, '£,, farmer, Washington Cor- 
el's 

, A. 0., wheelwright, Washing- 
>n Corners 

, E.. blacksmith, Washington 
jrners 

k, J., shoe maker, Oakland 
ch, P., laborer, l'leasanton 

h, D., laborer, Oakland 

h, M-, laborer, Brooklyn 
iche, M., laborer, San Leandro 
ibins, J. B., farmer, Washing- 
n Corners 

inson, S. F., farmer, Haywards 
linson, E. J., farmer, Pleas- 
itbn 

inson, J. G., oyster saloon, 
akland 

nson, J., tinsmith, Oakland 

nsou, A., druggist, San Lean- 

j 

)inson, F., farmer, Alameda 
binson, E. N., engineer, Oakland 
>inson, C. H., accountant, 
rooklyn 

)ert.-, M., farmer, Livermore 
linson, \V. A., postal elerk, 
akland 

sinson, M. M., carpenter, 
rooklyn 

tinson, T., stonecutter, Niles 
jbits, E., laborer, Brooklyn 

inson, L., blacksmith, Mission 
an Jose 

sinson, S. B., farmer, Washing- 
>n Corners 

Vinson, Km., farmer, Mt. Eden 
jerts.W., mariner, San Loren/.o 
BERTSOA, J. W., wheelwright, 
entervillo 

bens, G. M., carpenter, Brook- 
•n 

Derts, E. McK., cattle dealer, 
[rooklyn 

ihess, \\'., engineer, Alameda 
r;ker, J. A., farmer, Livermore 

bin, A. K., farmer, Livermore 
chin, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
ckwell, it., farmer, Mission San 
ose 

lenbeck, W. C. F., porter, Ala- 
ieda 

dgers, A. F., government agent, 
Jrooklyn 

dgers. S., miner, San Leandro 
down, G. W., clerk, Oakland 
drigues, I. P., farmer, Brooklyn 
Uerick, Si.', farmer, CenterviUe 
dgers, F., farmer, Alvarado 
d-riek, F. S., farmer, Oenter- 
ille 

dgers, E. J., farmer, Brooklyn 
idericks, I., farmer, Brooklyn 
pe, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
leding, F., merchant. Alameda 
Jgan, M., farmer, Washington 
Corners 

ban, M., farmer, Mission San 
Jose 

»gers, E. K., engineer, Oakland 
kgers, P., carpenter, Oakland 
~ers, J., larmer, ban Leandro 

ers, E., watchman, Brooklyn 

ers, W. II., laborer, Brooklyn 

vl, M. F., jeweler, Oakland 
gers, II., operator, Haywards 
gers, O. G., farmer, Brooklyn 
_ge, G., blacksmith, Mission 
San Joso 

gers, A. J., farmer, CenterviUe 
gers, K. M., farmer, Alameda 
gers, A. F., government agent, 

rooklyn 



Rogers, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Rogers, F.,shoe maker, CenterviUe 
Roul, T ., brakeman, Oakland 
Rokas, II., farmer, CenterviUe 
Rollins, O. S., mechanic, Alvarado 
Rollins, E. i)., laborer, Alvarado 
Rollins, M., farmer, CenterviUe 
Rollins, S. D., farmer, Livermore 
Rollins, L., engineer, Livermore 
Rollins, F. M., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Romero, G., laborer, Harrisburg 
Romero, J., laborer, Harrisburg 
Romero, P., farmer, Oakland 
Romero, A., vaquoro, Livermore 
Romero, M., laborer, Harrisburg 
Romero, R., laborer, San Leandro 
Romo, F., laborer, t'leasanlon 
Roney, J., larmer, Brooklyn 
Booker, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Rooker, W.. farmer, Livermore 
Root, II., laborer, Brooklyn 
Root, G. W., farmer, Hay wards 
Rootos, Jr., X. R., farmer, Center- 
viUe 
Roper, W., barber, Oakland 
Ross, W. M., mechanic, Brooklyn 
Rosa, B., tanner, Brooklyn 
Rose, F. S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Rose, C, farmer, Livermore 
Rose, F., farmer, Livermore 
Rose, M., laborer, Haywards 
Kose, M.P., laborer, San Leandro 
Rose, A. P., larmer, San Leandro 
Ross, E., carpenter, CenterviUe 
Rose, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Rosa, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Rose, J. J., farmer. Center villo 
Rose, T. P., farmer, CenterviUe 
Rose, Frank & Co., farmers, Cen- 
terviUe 
Ross, A., blacksmith, San Lor- 
enzo 
Ro?a, J., farmer, Harrisburg 
Kosa & Enis, farmers, Harrisburg 
Rose, J. M., saloon, Mission San 

Joso 
Rose, Warren, farmer, CenterviUe 
Ross, J. C, painter, Oakland 
Rosenberg, J., merchant, Oakland 
Ross, S. A., farmer, CenterviUe 
ltoss, W. M., mechanic, Brooklyn 
Ross, J. W., printer, Oakland 
Ross, G. W., miller, Livermore 
Roth, J., shoemaker, Haywards 
Rottger, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Rouse, O. L, tinsmith, Brooklyn 
Rouge, C. F., carpenter, San Lean- 
dro 
Routh, J.J. M., hunter, Livermore 
R,owe, W., carpenter, Oanland 
Rowland, C. A., bricklayer, Oak- 
land 
Rowley, H. D., clerk, Sunol 
Rowell, J. C, librarian, Brooklyn 
Rowen, W., bootmaker, San Le- 
andro 
Royce, C. R., clerk, Livermore 
Royce, J., provision merchant, 

Oakland 
Ruben, F. Mrs., Alameda 
Ruchling, F. J., refiner, Oakland 
Rudsdale, M., farmer, West Oak- 
land 
Rued, J. C, bookkeeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Ruger, J.. San Francisco 
Ruis, M., laoorer, Livermore 
Ruby, L>., laborer, Brooklyn 
Rummel, G. F.. butcher, Brooklyn 
Rundy, J. L., seaman, Brooklyn 
Rundy, Jr., J. L., clerk, Brooklyn 
Runcle, R. II., stage driver, Oak- 
land 
Runs, E., laborer, Haywards 
Ruser, J., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Russ, J., collector, Oakland 



Russ, J. A., lumber dealer, Oak- 
land 
Russell, M., hotel keeper, Oakland 
Russell, J. F., painter, West Oak- 
land 
Russell, H. A., carpenter, Alameda 
Russell, J. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Russell, R., laburer, Brooklyn 
Russell, P. E., farmer, Brooklyn 
Russell, J., lawyer, Haywards 
Rulhardt, S r ., watch factory, Ala- 
meda 
Reutter, C, dyer, Oakland 
RUUS, E., saloon and hay press, 

Mt. Eden 
Ryan, L., hostler, Oakland 
Ryan, J., farmer, CenterviUe 
Ryan, t'at, farmer, Alvarado 
Ryan, G., boatman, CenterviUe 
Ryan, E., boatman, Coiiterville 
Rycraft, J. H., house joiner, Hay- 
wards 
Ryder, W. C, furmer, Pleasanton 
Ryder, A., railroad man, West 

Oakland 
Ryder, T., laborer, Summit House 
Ryer, W. M., physician, Alameda 
Ryland, L. H., laborer, San Lo- 
renzo 
Rynders, B. F., farmer, Brooklyn 
Ryno, M. de La F., laundryman, 

Oakland 
Rynders, Mrs., Brooklyn 
Ryns, F\ J., contractor, Temescal 



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Sabine, B,, lawyer, West Oakland 
Sackett, D. P., teacher, West Oak - 
^ land 

Saddler, G., laborer, Oakland 
Safford, H. S., merchant, Sunol 
Sage, C. T.| physician, San Lean- 
dro 
Salisbury, T., farmer, Oakland 
Salmon, J. S., farmer, Oakland 
Salsig, A. B., butcher, Brooklyn 
Salmon, L»., expressman, Hay- 
wards 
Salz, E., clerk, CenterviUe 
Salz, S., merchant, CenterviUe 
fialz di Co., general merchandise, 

CenterviUe 
Sally, D., laborer, Oakland 
Sample, J. T., farmer, West Oak- 
land 
Sampson, E., Washington Corners 
Sampson, 15. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Samuel, L, peddler, Washington 

Corners 
Sauiuols, J., carpenter, West Oak- 
land 
Sanborn, D. M., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Sanderson, G. W., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Sanderson, R., laborer, Oakland 
Sanders, S., attorney, Oakland 
Sanderson, G., teamster, Oakland 
Sandersen, C, hay press, Mt. Edon 
Sandison, J. A., bar keeper, Ala- 
meda 
Santim, J. J., railroadman, Brook- 
lyn 
Sandholt, C, farmer, Haywards 
Santos, J., farmer, CenterviUe 
Sangster, -A., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
Sandhalt, S., billiard saloon, Cen- 
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Sarensen, M., brewer, Haywarda 
Sarensen, 11., brewer, Haywards 
SARABEE A ('(>., contractors and 

builders, Haywards 
SARABEE, 11. P., contractor and 

builder, Haywards 
Sass, B., laborer, Pleasanton 
Saul, S. S., editor, San Leandro 
Saul, l'., hostler, Brooklyn 
Saul, R. M., publisher, San Lean- 

d ro 
Saunders, R. R., laborer, Liver- 

more 
Saunders, G. M., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Saunders, F. A., farmer, Liver- 

moro 
Sauts, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Savage, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Sawyer, L. S. b.. Sun b'rancisco 
Sawyer, S. N., carpenter, Brook- 

lyn 
Sawyer, E. D., San Francisco 
Sawyer, P., carpenter, Oakland 
Saxe, J. N.. farmer, Washington 

i "i ners 
Sayle, C. II., painter, Oakland 
Sayor, E. J., blacksmith, Oakland 
Scannell, J., boot maker, Oakland 
Scanlan, .)., laborer, Oakland 
Scanlin, D., tailor, Livermoro 
Scanland, J. S., salesman, Ala- 
meda 
Schermor, II., physician, Brooklyn 
Schlesinger, P., merchant, Liver- 

more 
Schluter, P., farmer, Livermoro 
Schmidt, C, blacksmith, Liver- 

im.re 
Schmidt, AW, teacher, Alameda 
Schulz, <i. shoemaker, < lakland 
Schweitzer, S., meichant, San Le- 
^ andro 

Schmidt, W. J., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Schacker, H. AY\, carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Schillinger, J. J., artificial stone 

aa mufacturer, Brooklyn 
Soliultz, 0., painter, Washington 

Corners 
Schewing, <!., Alameda, 
SchierboldjJ. J?., tobacconist, Ala- 

iii. •< la 

Schelling, W., blacksmith, Cen- 

terville 
Schuster, P., blacksmith, San Lo- 
renzo 
SCHWPJSN, E., farmer, I! 1 .; miles 

SE Pleasanton 
Schlott, II., carpenter, Pleasanton 
fechweor, b'., farmer, Pleasanton 
Schutz, c, saddler, Livermore 
behoenstadt, 1., blacksmith, Liv- 

ermore 
Schultz, I'., fanner, Mt. Eden 
Schafer, A. W., (armor, Mt. Eden 
Schlesinger, F., bookstore, Liver- 
more 

Schilling , farmer, Haywards 

Schaefor, V. 0., teacher, Mission 

ba n Jose 
Schn ifbr, J. M farmer. Oakland 
bebater, 11., laborer, Mission San 

J ose 
Schafer, C, farmer, Livermoro 
Schaters, c. laborer, Oakland 
Scharman, M., merchant, Oakland 
bcholl, \\ ., peddler. Mission San 

Jose 
Schii ffor, C. IL, boot cutter, Oak- 

land 
Schierbold, J. F., tobacconist, Al- 
ameda 
Schinkel, •!., laborer, Pleasanton 
Schley, p., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Schley, C, farmer, Haywards 
Schmidt, A., clerk. Brooklyn 
Scnmidr. v.. Idler, Hnvwards 



Schmidt, F., saloon keeper, Brook- 

lyn 
Schmidt, .J., musician, Alameda 
Schnelle, C, farmer, Oakland 
Schnoor, J. F., farmer, Livermore 
Schnow, C, locksmith, Brooklyn 
Sehofield, R. 1)., bar keeper, Oak- 
land 
Schott, C, laundryman, West Oak- 
land 
Schott, C. A., printer, Oakland 
Schramm, 11. b\, stair builder, 

M est Oakland 
Schreck, E. A., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Schruber, F., builder, West Oak- 
land 
Schulte, (}., teacher, Oakland 
Schuldtheis, P., farmer, Te mescal 
Schumacher. A., driver, Alameda 
Schumaker, C. 11. D., fruit dealer, 

Brooklyn 
Schnhmann, AA r ., barbor, San Lo- 
renzo 
Schumann, K, restaurant keeper, 

Alameda 
Schutt. A., butcher, Oakland 
Schwab, .). A., saloon keeper, 

Pleasanton 
Schawalb, H., baker, Oakland 
Schwall, J., farmer, Haywards 
Schwariing, J 1 ., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Schwenck, II., seaman, Pleasanton 
.-cotchlor, J., Oakland 
Scott, R., laborer, AVashington 

Corners 
Scott, Jr., AV\ A., bookkoopor, 

Oakland 
Scott, .\J. p., miller, Pleasanton 
Scott, E. 1'., teamster, Oakland 
Scott,.). V., carpenter, Oakland 
Scoville, 11. 11., machinist, West 
^ Oakland 

Scott, S., tanner, Harrisburg 
Scollard, M., laborer, Brooklyn 
Scott, Mrs. S. I?., Brooklyn 
Scott, S. A., West Oakland 
Scott, J. L., farmer, Livermoro 
Scott, Jr., T., merchant, Sunol 
Scott, Sr., T., merchant, Sunol 
Scott, A. P., lumber dealer, Niles 
Scott, M. II., clerk, Livermoro 
Scott, U. C, farmer, Niles 
Scott, W. P., painter, Conterville 
Scranton, N. R., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Scribner, AV. II., farmer, Oakland 
Scribner, G.W., butcher, Oakland 
Scullion,.)., miner, Livermore 
Seamen, A., laborer, Alvarado 
Sears, M., laborer, Oakland 
Sears, H. B., bullion dealer, Oak- 
land 
Seais, J. B., 

Oakland 
Seaman, W. F., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Searing, AA'. S., hotel keeper, Oak- 

lnnd 
Sears, A., farmer, Alvarado 
Seaton, W., laborer, West Oak- 
land 
Seband, P., farmer, Livermoro 
Sebastian, J., tanner, Livermoro 
Sebrey, P., laborer, Haywards 
SECADA, K., tanner, Washington 

Corners 
Secor, 11. J., painter, Haywards 
Seeger, P., butcher, Oakland 
Socglitz, A., barber, Oakland 
Seery, L., laborer. San Leandro 
Segars, J., tanner, Oakland 
Seisbuttel, 1). C. B., machinist, 

Oakland 
Seiglitz, JL.joweler, Alameda 



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Seller, J., painter, Oakland 
Selway, B., painter. Oaklanc 
Selle, T.; nlnst»rpr. Oakland 



Selby, W., insurance agent, AVt 

Oakland 
Seha, !,., bar keeper, Oakland 
Sempson, .)., saloon keeper, Ha 

wards 
Senias, M., nhotograiiher, Ha 

wards 
Seniskey, C. A., well digger, Oa 

land 
Scoter, !•'. <;., conductor, Oaklai 
Sen!, i, L., Oakland 
Sorpa, J. .)., lanner. San Leand 
Servos, (!., farmer, Pleasanton 
Sesmaft, Mrs. I!., Alameda 
Settlemeiers, 1)., farmer, Oaklai 
Set/.er, A., laborer, Brooklyn 
Severance, W., carpenter, Al 

meila 
Sevorin.G. F. T., gunsmith, Al 

tin da 
Sevars, A., shoo maker, Brookly 

Severin, T., sal< Alameda 

Severance, A. J., sheep raise 

N lies 
Severance & Peot, sheep ranci 

Niles 
Sowell, A\ r ., house mover, Oaklai 
Seymour, J. H., merchant, Oal 

land 
Shaub, R., farmer, Livermoro 
.-haw, (L, ale bottler, Oakland 
Shaw, R. \V., fanner, Brooklyn 
Shafford, S. A'., Brooklyn 
Shaberg.W., bar keeper, Alamed 
Shackiord, C. A., surveyor, Oal 

land 
Shade, J. V., book keeper, Brool 

lyn 
Shaier, J., farmer, Mission Sa 

Jose 
Shanklin, J. W., recorder U. t 

Land Office, Oakland 
Shattuck, P. K., farmer, Oaklafi 
Shaw, A. 0. R., farmer, Oakland 
Shaw, J., shoemaker, Oakland 
Shaw, A., minister, Haywards 
Shaw, K. W., tanner, Brooklyn 
Shaw, J., engineer, Brooklyn 
Shaw, W. R., student, Temescal 
Shaw, I!., tanner, San Leandro 
Shea, T., laborer, Oakland 
Shea, 0., fanner, Livermoro 
Shea, I)., telegraph man, San Le 
__ andro 
Shearer, J., farmer, Washingtoi 

Corners 
Shearer, A. N., merchant, Oaklanc 
Shearer, G. B., printer, Livermore 
Shearer, W. S*, painter, Livermofi 
Shedd, W.W., carpenter, (laklatu 
Shedd, E. D., carpenter, San Le 

andio 
Sheehan, J. II. , laborer, Oakland 
Sheerer, J., farmer, Livermore' 
Sheldon, G. •'., laborer. Lay ward; 
Sheldon, K. 0., tinsmith, llrooklyi 
Shepard, S. \\ ., farmer, Oakland 
Shepard, (J. H., farmer, Livermorj 
Shephard, J. L. JS'., manuf, Oa,« 

land 
Shepherd, J., grocer, Brooklyn 
Shepherd, T., farmer, Brooklyn 
Shepardson, II. P., druggist, Ala 

meda 
Sherburne, S. R., laborer, Alva 



Sherk, J. B., farmer, Alvarado 
Sherman, R., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Shunk, Mrs. II., Brooklyn 
Shephard, P. L>., carpontor, Ala- 
meda 
Shepherd Bros., milkman, Brook- 
lyn 
Sherman, A., farmer, Pleasanton 
Sherry, ,)., captain, Brooklyn 
Shepherd, W., milkman, Brooklyn 
SB EA If ER & LEYS, Livermore 
Enterprise, Livermore 



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Shepard, C. II., farmer, Livermoro 
Sherman, D. S., clerk, Oakland 
Shew, L. M., cooper. Oakland 
Shirley, .). 11., drayman, can Le- 
andro 
Shields, G., laborer, Oakland 

Shirk, , hop raiser, Decoto 

Shinn, C, teacher, Washington 

Coiners 
3H1NN, J., nurseryman, Center- 

ville 
Shields, T., painter, San Leandro 
■> h i • 1 d s , J. 11., printer, Oakland 
Shipman, W. E., silver plator, 

West Oakland 
Shipman, J., retinor, Brooklyn 
Short, K., tinsmith, San Leandro 
Short, W. G., printer, Oakland 
Shoemaker, .s., tanner, Brooklyn 
Shoals, ('., painter, Washington 

Corners 
Shuey, II- W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Shultz, W., Brooklyn 
Shulte, »;., Brooklyn 
Shuey, li. M., farmer, Haywards 
Shuey, ■). \\ ., tanner, Oakland 
Shalt/.. C, painter, Centorville 
Hiiro, X, farmer, Livermoro 
Shuey, M., mason, lirooklyn 
Shuey, .;.. mason, lirooklyn 
Sichel, G., barber, Oakland 
Sidhel, G., barbar, West Oakland 
Sieglitz, tl., jeweler, Alameda 
iSierek, I ., laborer, Livermoro 
iSieglned, J. C., clerk, Alameda 
Sigrist, L., merchant, Mission San 
I Jose 
Signst. M., bakery and saloon, 

Mission ^an Jose 
fjfuberberg, L. S., clerk, Oakland 
ilvia, M., laborer, Mission San 
Joso 
Silvia, T., farmer, Centervillo 

ilvia, 0., farmer, Alvarado 
Silver, A., laborer, Haywards 
Silva, !•". 1'., larnier, Centervillo 
Silva, M., farmer, San Lieandro 
[Silver, J., stock raiser, San Lean- 
dro 
Silver, A. A., firmer, Centorville 
Silverioot, J., farmer, Centorville 
Silver, M. C, Brooklyn 
Silvia, J., laborer, Alameda 
Silvia, V., laborer, Alameda 
Silva, M., tanner, Brooklyn 
Silva, I 1 '., tanner, Brooklyn 
Silver, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Silver, M., laborer. Brooklyn 
tiiiva, A., tanner, Clnterviile 
Silva, A., larnier, Livenuore 
Silva, J., fanner, Washington 

Coiners 
Silva, M. F., clerk, Centorville 
Silver, E., barbor, Centorville 
Silver, l'., shoemaker, Cenierville 
Silberzohn, G., laborer, Alvarado 
Silk, 1'. !<'., laruiur, Washington 

Corners 
Silk, A., laborer, Brooklyn 
Silk, 11., tanner, Brooklyn 
Sill, E. it., teacher, Oakland 
Silva, F. P., fanner, Washington 

Coiners 
Silva, M., farmer, Alvarado 
Silva, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Silva, J., farmer, Mission San Joso 
Silva, J., farmer, Oakland 
Silva, M. A., farmer, San Loan- 

dro 
Silva, J., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Silvaria, M., tanner. Cent rville 
Silver, L>., tanner, Haywards 
Silver, J., farmer, Haywards 
Silver, Jason, larnier, Centorville 
Silver, C, farmer, San Leandro 
Silvester, F. .)., veterinary sur- 
geon, Alvarado 
Simons, L. C. 1L, assayer, Oakland 
Simmons, 0., carpenter, Oakland 



Simmons, II. B., carpenter, Oak- SmltherS, J., farmer, Alvarado 

land ' Smithere, J., engineer, Alvarado 

Simpson, R. B., chain bearer, Smith, B., engineer, Brooklyn 



Oakland 

Simpson, J. H., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Simpson, W., druggist, Alameda 
Simpson, T. J., farmer, Temescal 
Simpson, K. J. , farmer, Livermore 
Simpson, 0. B., carpenter, Center- 
villo 
Sims, A., tanner, Alvarado 
Simpson, 0., farmer, Alvarado 
Simon, G., general merchandise, 

Washington Corners 
Simpton, C. J., engineer, Centor- 
ville 
Sinkwitz, Sr., W., capitalist, Hay- 

ivards 
Sinclair, J., fanner, Harrisburg 
Sinclair, G. W.,whifcnor, Alameda 
Sippet, A., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Si/.er, S. li., searcher, Brooklyn 
Skedd, W. IL, ship carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Skimner, J. A., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Skinner, E. C, fanner, Brooklyn 
Skivington, I'., plasterer, Oakland 
Skow, il. J., laborer, Haywards 
Skow, J. 11., laborer, Haywards 
Slattery, Airs, it., Brooklyn 
Slayton, 1 1. 0., tanner. .'> iles 
Sb igh, S., laborer, Oakland 
Slici i. C. L-, merchant, Oakland 
Slocuin, W., engineer, Oakland 
Sloan, C. F., barber, Oakland 
Sloan, 0., farmer, Liveruaore 
Sloat, A. 11., clergyman, Hay- 
wards 
Slocuin, W., farmer, Washington 

Cornecs 
Slusser, T. H., bricklayer, Oak- 
land 
Slussar, 0. C, gardener, Oakland 
Smalley Al Stratton, livery stable, 

San Leandro 
Small, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
Smallwood, H.V., farmer, .Mission 

San Joso 
Small, H. S., shipwright, West 

Oakland 
Small, G., surveyor, Alvarado 
Smalley, 1). S., livery, Haywards 
Smith, J., farmer, Centervillo 
Smith, H. L., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Smith, G. 11., student, Oakland 
Smith, 11. X., carpenter, Oakland 
Smith, J r., C, butcher, Oakland 
Smith, J. G., hatter, Oakland 
Smith, C. G., farmer, San Leandro 
Smith, 11. L., farmer, Alvarado 
Smith, J., farmer, i'leasanton 
Smith, E., farmer, I'leasanton 
Sim h, S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Smith, J. V., farmer, Livermoro 
Smith, W. S., farmer, Livermoro 
Smith, M. M., smith, Mission San 

Jose 
Sinil li. J., laborer, Brooklj n 
Smith, J., laborer, Haywards 
Smith, J ., farmer, Oakland 
Sruitn, G., capitalist, San Leandro 
Smith, IL, trader, Oakland 
Smith, P. IL, tanner, i'leasanton 
Smith, J. M., policeman, Liver- 
more 
Smith, G. W., laborer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Smith, O.T., carpenter, West Oak- 
land 
Smith, D. W., farmer, Livermoro 
Smith, G. S. E., typo, San Leandro 
Smith, J. D., Prin. Liv. College, 

Livermoro 
Smith, Miss F., Alvarado 
Smith, Mrs. J., Brooklyn. 



Smith, L. i"., minor, Alameda 
Smith, rt., oysterman, Oakland 
Smith, K. W., printer, Oakland 
Smith, C. A., larnier, Haywards 
Smith, Jr., G. 0., insurance clerk, 

Alameda 
Smith, T. 1!., engineer, Alameda 
Smith, P. W., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Smith, L., sheep shearer, Liver- 
moro 
Smith, F., farmer, San Leandro 
Smith, K. P., tanner, Livermore 
Smith, A. St.C, miller, Livermoro 
Smith, li. M\, physician, Liver- 
moro 
Smith, D. 6., shoe maker, Oakland 
Smith, J., bar weeper, Alameda 
Smith, E., moulder, San Leandro 
Smith, G. IL, wagon maker, San 

Leandro 
Smith, G. W., machinist, Oakland 
SMITH, K. E., blacksmith, Cen- 
tervillo 
SMITH & MOSlIER.blacksmiths, 

Centorville 
Smith, S. H. .carpenter, Haywards 
Smith, L. C, tanner, Alvarado 
Smith, Mrs. A. L., associate prin- 
cipal, Livenuore 
Smith, J. S., merchant tailor, Al- 
ameda 
Smith, J. N., teamster, Washing- 
ton Corners 
SM1T11UKST, J., farmer, Alva- 
rado 
Smith, C, blacksmith, Livermore 
Smith, G. W., larnier, Livermore 
Smith, Mrs. M. E., millinery, Cen- 

tei ville 
Smith, M. L., Alameda 
Smith. Mrs. F., Brooklyn 
Smith, li., farmer, A iles 
Sunt hurst, J., Sr., saloon, Alva- 
rado 
Smith, Mrs. S. II., milliner, Hay- 
wards 
Smithurst, Jr., J., farmor'Al va- 
ra do 
Smith, C, laborer, Brooklyn 
Smith, C, laborer, Centorville 
Smith, J as., painter, Centerville 
SMYl'H, H., Alameda Co. Agri- 
cultural \\ orke, located at San 
Loren/o, San Lorenzo 
Snow, L., mason, Brooklyn 
Snider, J . H., teamster, Livermoro 
Snow, L. W., mason, Haywards 
Snyder, X. W., porter, Oakland 
Snyder, A. J., miner, Oakland 
Snyder, L. X., caipentor, Oakland 
Snyder, A., laborer, Temescal 
Snyder, C. W., manut, Oakland 
Snyder, 1)., mason, Oakland 
Snyder, W., general merchandise, 

.\ i I es 
Soa/.a, J., Centervillo 
Soaros, .)., tanner* Centervillo 
Sohlko, T., teacher, Alameda 
Soltrinb, C, tanner, Brooklyn 
Soots, W., tanner, Livermoro 
Soto, T., farmer, Washington Cor- 
ners 
Soule, J. F., sailor, Oakland 
Soule, Jr., F., professor, Oakland 
Sourdry, J. G., capitalist, Oakland 
Soiisa, V., farm or, Alvarado 
Southard, S. S., carriage manuf, 

Brooklyn 
Southwick, 0, L., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
Southwick, A. II. .windmill build- 
er, Alameda 
Spath, J., shoe maker, .Mt. Eden 
Spaulding, J. B., carpenter. Oak- 
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Spaulding, T.A., assistant teacher, 

Liveruiore 
Spade, B., farmer, Brooklyn 
.Sparks, T. W., clerk, Oakland 
Sparks, W. IF, real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Sparr, S., painter, Oakland 
Spaulding, A'. \\'., saw smith, Oak- 
land 
Spaulding, 0. F. A., carpenter, 

West Oakland 
Spear, Jr., J. 1., broker, Oakland 
Spellan, 11. T., pattern maker, San 

Leandro 
Spellman, B., farmer, Pleasanton 
Spencer, II. J., lumberman, Oak- 
land 
Spencer, F., clerk. Oakftmd 
Spencer, J., plumber, Oakland 
Sperry, J., wagon maker, Oakland 
Stanley, 0. A., machinist, Ala- 
meda 
Stakemire, G., laborer, Brooklyn 
St. Clair, A., farmer, Centorville 
Stearns C. A., teamster, Oakland 
Steffey, E. M., laborer, Oakland 
Steffy, J., carpenter, Oakland 
Steavens, R. F. U., secretary, Oak- 
land 
Stencel, C, farmer, San Lorenzo 
Stewart, W., farmer, Haywards 
Stewart, B., farmer, Haywards 
Steere, Mrs. J. F., Brooklyn 
Stetson, 0. R-, merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Stegeland, G. IF, clork, San Le- 
andro 
Steinborn, F., taUor, Oakland 
Stephen, J., brewer, Oakland 
Stephenson, L., farmer, San Lean- 
dro 
Stephens, S., ship joiner, Oakland 
Stevens, F., painter, Oakland 
Stevens, 11. L., cariionter, Oak- 
land 
Slovens, L., merchant, Brooklyn 
Stevens F. E., carpenter, Oakland 
Stevenson, J. X., farmer, (Jenter- 

yille 
Still, W. E., farmer, Livormore 
Still, J. V., farmer, Livermoro 
Still man, J. .V., student, Oakland 
Stillwell, II. L., baggage master, 

Oakland 
Stitnpson, 11., mason, West Oak- 
land 
St. .) nhn, .1., farmer, Oakland 
St. John, E., laborer, Oakland 
Speer.W. U., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Spence.W. <;., carpenter, < Oakland 
Spier, K. I'., ma ihinist, llrooklyn 
Spotts, T. T„ clerK, Brooklyn 
Spoerer, C, hotel, Haywards 
Spoerer, Dick, saloon, Haywards 
Spoonor, W. ('., master mariner, 

Brooklyn 
Sprague, .1. (>., butcher, Liver- 
mere 
Sprague, Q. W., carpenter, Oak- 

land 
Spree he, IF, cigar maker, Oak- 
land 
- i is, «'., laborer, Brooklyn 
Si innto, •»., Farmer, Haywards 
Stack, 'I'., Laborer, < lakland 
Stacy, 0. I'., merchant, i fakland 
Stagnaro, .J. B., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Stagnaro, J., miner, Livermoro 
Sto he, 1'., teamster, Lh ermore 
Stanford, W. I'., broker, \ 
Staniels, .1. S., hotel I 

Brooklyn 
Stankey, J ., farmer, Livermoro 
Stankey, I'., gardener, Oakland 
Stanley, 0. A., machinist, Ala- 

moda 
Stan I ., W., laborer, 'Washington 
Corners 



Stanley, J. C, farmer, Pleasanton 
Stanton, M., laborer, Haywards 
Stanton, J., waiter, Oakland 
Staples, A., miner, Oakland 
Starr, M., miller. Oakland 
Stark, J. F., engineer, Alameda 
Starr, F. S., milkman, Brooklyn 
Stanley, G. C, farmer, Liveruiore 
Stanley, J., blacksmith, Mission 

San Jose 
Starr, U. J., horse trainer, Brook- 
lyn 
Staigor, J., butcher, Oakland 
Standing, F, barkeeper, Oakland 
Stariiey, A. T., farmer, Niles 
Stilts, J., Brooklyn 
Still, J. W., cabinet maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Stivers, S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Stiller, B. B., olectrotyper, Brook- 
lyn 
Stover, J. E., farmer, Oakland 
Stone, L., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Stone, B. 11., miner, Alission San 

Jose 
Stokes, P., shoemaker, Brooklyn 
STOKFS, J. J., ii. SON. general 

merchandise, Alvarado 
Stokes, F. It., merchandise, Alva- 
rado 
Stobe, C, saloon keeper, Alameda 
Stock, F., morchaut, Oakland 
Stockwoll, J. P., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Stoddard, C. W., clerk, Oakland 
Stoddard, Jr., S. B., clerk, Oak- 
land 
Stoddard, Sr., S. B., merchant, 

Oakland 
Stoddard, II., laborer, Brooklyn 
Stoddard, F. C, clerk, Oakland 
Stoddard, C. A., barkeeper, Liv- 
ermoro 
Stoer, G., butcher, Brooklyn 
Stokes. K., barber, Alvarado 
Stolz, J., shoemaker, Liveruiore 
Stone, V, . S., mechanic, Oakland 
Stone, G. A., surveyor, Oakland 
Storck, A., cook, Liveruiore 
Stothers, J. F., constable, Oak- 
land 
Stowe, A., miner, Ploasanton 
Stowe, J., laborer, brooklyn 
Stowe, B., waiter, Brooklyn 
Stow, J. W., laborer, iiroowlyn 
Stradwick, F., shoemaker, Oak- 
land 
Strange, H. H., farmer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Strantor, P., hostler, Oakland 
Stratemeyer, G. C, sign painter, 

Oakland 
Stratton, W. J., livery, San Lean- 
dro 
Stratton, S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Stroib, W., butcher, Oakland 
Stricklan, J. F., Laborer, Oakland 
Strickland, S., book seller, Oak- 
land 
Stringham, I. A.. R. R. Bag. A., 

Niles 
Strong, J. H., ministor, Oakland 
Strudwiik, j_ , shoemaker, Oak- 
land 
SI ratter, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Stratter, K., farmer, Brooklyn 
Strut,:, A., boatman, Brooklyn 
Straub, 0., carpenter, Alameda 
Strobridge, J. IF, farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Strobol k Noudcek, butchers, Hay- 
wards 
Stroble, II., butcher, Haywards 
Struppler, D., carpenter, Oakland 
Stump, .1., carpenter. Oakland 
Sturm, C, saloon keeper, Alameda 
S CUKGES, M. B., farmer, 2 miles 
south Conterville, Centorville 



Stuart, W. A., teamster, Oakland 
Stuart, J., farmer, Liveruiore 
Stubbe, P. H., miner, Centorville 
Stuer, V., cook, Oakland 
Sturla, P., laborer, Altamont 
Sturm, IF, teamster, Oakland 
b:utt, W., furuier, Oakland 
Suaros, A., shoe maker, Brooklyn 
Suares, M., farmer, Centorville 
Sullivan, F., laborer, San Leandro 
Sullivan, M., butcher, Oakland 
Sullivan, J. J., moulder, West 

Oakland 
Sullivan, J., stone cutter, Liver- 
more 
Sullivan, D. P., laborer, Oakland 
Sullivan, G. F., painter, Haywards 
Sullivan, D., machinist, San Le- 
andro 
Sullivan, A., horso dealer, Brook- 
lyn 
Sullivan, W., hostler, Oakland 
Sullivan, J., laborer, Centorville 
Sulton, N. B., dairyman, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Sulton, 1). S., master mariner, 

Oakland 
Sumner, A., Brooklyn 
Sumner, F., postmaster, Alvarado 
SUMNER, H., livery stable, Al- 
varado 
SUMNER & GRANGER, grocery, 

Alvarado 
SUMNER, C, livery stable, Al- 
varado 
Sumners, W. H., oysterman, Oak- 
land 
Sumner, M., farmer, Pleasanton 
Sumner, C. H., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Sumner, P. H., real estate agent, 
^ Oakland 

Sumner, F, farmer, San Lorenzo 
Sundberg, F., boatman, Washing- 
__ ton Corners 
Sunderer, J., shoe maker, Mission 

San Jose 
Sunol, J. N., farmer, Pleasanton 
Sunkle, F., gardener, Alameda 
Sursa, J. W., blacksmith, San Le- 
_ audro 

Susa, J. de, farmer, Conterville 
Sutterley, C, photographer, Oak- 
land 
Sutton, N. B., dairyman, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Sutherland, Maj. E., Niles 
Swarz, J., farmer, Centorville 
Swain, 0. C, revenue officer, Oak- 
land 
Swain, C. H., smelter, Oakland 
Swan, ii. \\ ., road agent, Oakland 
Sweeney, W., laborer, Livermoro 
Sweeney, M., store keeper, Oak- 
land 
Sweeney, J., laborer, Oakland 
Sweeney, i)., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Sweeney, G. E., hostler, Oakland 
Sweeney, 0. B., engineer, Brook- 
lyn 
Sweet, S. S., merchant, Oakland 
Swenson, A., teamster, Oakland 
SWETT, A. W., livery stable, 
^ Brooklyn 

Sweet, J. H., physician, Alameda 
Sweopstake PlowCo., San Feandro 
Sweat, L., mechanic, Oakland 
Switzer, H., merchant, San Lean- 
dro 
Swickhart, E. M., glove maker, 
^ San Leandro 

Swift, H. A., clerk, San Lorenzo 
Swift, J. 1)., farmer, Alameda 
Swimble, W., laborer, Liveruiore 
Swords, P., butcher, Oakland 
Swyney, Mrs. C. J., Alameda 
Swyney, F., machinist, Alameda 
Sylva, F., sailor, Alameda 



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Sylvester, A., farmer, Haywards 
Sylva, M. i'., clerk, Mission San 

Jose 
Sylva, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Sylva, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Sylvera, A., farmer, San Leandro 
Sylvia, J., grocer, Brooklyn 
Svpolt, A. W., carpenter, Oakland 
felMMEKMAN, S., hotel, Liver- 
more Pass, Midway 



Nye & Achesoii, 

Importers of 

315 ic 217 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



Tabbut, D. S., carpenter, Wash- 

ington Corners 
Tiber, J. S., grocer, Oakland 
Tahany, J., railroad man.Oakland 
Taipp, E-, Brooklyn 
Talken, J. H., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Talbut, D. S., carpenter, Harris- 
fa u rg 
Tannehill, J. J., wheelwright, 

Brooklvn 
Tannehill, \\". J., engineer, Brook- 
lyn 
Tarbett, F. B., Temescal 
Tarrey, D., shoe maker, Oakland 
Tatterson, J. W., wool manuiac- 

turer, Oakland 
Tavel, do J. C. H., physician, Oak- 
land 
Tay, W. H., S. M. agent, Oakland 
Taylor. U.K., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Taylor, S., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Taylor, H\ E., S. and S. dyer, 

Pleasanton 
Taylor, He W.C., teacher, Oakland 
Taylor, E. L., blacksmith, Pleas- 

anton 
Tay & Co., stove foundry, Alva- 
rado 
Taylor, Mrs. W.. Alameda 
Taylor, M. V., Brooklyn 
Taylor, E., blacksmith, Liverniore 
Taylor, J., landlord, Alvarado 
Taylor, J. M., farmer, Livermore 
TAYLOR, J., laruier, l l / z miles 
E Washington Corners, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Taylor, W., boiler maker, Oakland 
Taylor, J. B., trader, Oakland 
Taylor, J. K., farmer, Livermore 
Taylor, C. F., tinsmith, West Oak- 
land 
Taylor, M. W., steward, Brooklyn 
Taylor, ti. W., painter, Oakland 
Taj lor, J. E., student, Oakland 
Taylor, J. W., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Teague, J. F., farmer, Oakland 
Tearney, P., Centerville 
Teague, W., farmer, Oakland 
Teeple, R. E., yard master, Oak- 
land 
Teeters, D. M., farmer, Livermore 
Teisueiva, G., farmer, Hay wards 
Teixeira, F. L., barber, San Lean- 
dro 
Temple, R. H., farmer, Oakland 

dro 
Tennant, M., shoe maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Tennant, M. P., milkman, Oakland 
Tennis, H., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Tennesen, T., organ builder, Oak- 
land 



Tenny, E. C, moulder, San Lean- 
Terney, J., saloon keeper, Oak- 
land 
Terril, E. F., carpenter, Oakland 
Terrill, L., carpenter, West Oak- 
land 
Terry, C. C, joiner, Oakland 
Tevis, J., lawyer, Brooklyn 
Tevis, 0., clork, Brooklyn 
Thaarsing, M. N., miner, Brook- 
lyn 
Thane, J. E., clork, Oakland 
Thatcher, G. W., lattice maker, 

San Leandro 
Thayer, E. F., clerk, Oakland 
Thayer, 1. E., lumberman, Oak- 
land 
Thaarsing, C. X., gardener, Brook- 
lvn 
Thalmann, C F., farmer, Oakland 
Thatcher, J. T., well borer, Oak- 
land 
Theysohn, A., brewer, San Lean- 
dro 
THEOBALDS. W. W., printer, 

Washington Corners 
Thirll, U. E., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Thomas, H. W., miner, Livermore 
Thomas, J. L., salesman, Oakland 
Thomburgh, K. M., merchant, 

Oakland 
Thompson, B. L., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Thompson, J., mariner, Oakland 
Thornton, A., farmer, Alameda 
Thomas, D. E., miner, Haywards 
Thomas, F. P., farmer, Dublin 
Thompson, G. H., farmer, Alameda 
Thomas, J., tanner, Haywards 
Thomsen, C, mariner, Alameda 
Thomas, Miss E., instrumental and 
vocal music, Washington Corners 
Thompson, G. W., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Thomas, R. P., Standard Soap Co., 

S. F. 
Thompson, T. H., shoe maker, 

Wa-hington Corners 
Thompson, W. 11. C, carpenter, 

Oakland 
Thompson, J., painter, Oakland 
Thornhill, P., laborer, Oakland 
Thompson, A. C, shoe maker, 

Washington Corners 
Thomas, B., carpenter, Haywards 
THOMPSON,'!?. E., farmer, 1 mile 
from Pleasanton, on Dublin 
Road, Pleasanton 
Thomson. S., insurance agent, Oak- 
land 
Thorn, P., farmer, Livermore 
Thorn, E., laundryman, West Oak- 
land 
Thorn, J. P., grocer, Oakland 
Thomas, G. G., teamster, Oakland 
Thomas, E. D., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Thomas, J. P., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Thomas, E. H., printer, Oakland 
Thompson, J. W., farmer, Pleas- 
anton 
Thompson, A. W., laborer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Thompson, J. F., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Thompson, W., laborer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Thompson, W., laborer, Pleasan- 
ton 
Thompson, D. H., cattle dealor, 

West Oakland 
Thompson, W. T., mariner, Oak- 
land 
Thompson, J. H., trader. West 

Oakland 
Thompson, J., clergyman, Oak- 
land 



Thompson, W., laborer, Oakland 
Thompson, E. B., farmer, San 

Lorenzo 
Thompson, W. P., upholsterer, 

Oakland 
Thorndyke, C. U., mason, Hay- 
wards 
Thorndyke, E., laborer, Haywards 
Thornton, 0., laborer, Oakland 
Thorn, C. J., school teacher, Oak- 
land 
Threlfall, R., farmer, Centerville 
Threlfall, J., farmer, Centerville 
Thrasher, W. T., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
Threlfell, Win., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Thurman, J. W., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Thurston, T. G., clergyman, Hay- 
wards 
Tibbetts, D., wharfinger, Oakland 
Tibbetts, Jr., B., carriage maker. 

Havwards 
Tibbils, J. II., railroad engineer, 

Oakland 
Tibbets, Mrs. C, Haywards 
Tidball, S., artist, Brooklyn 
Tidd, J. A., clerk, Oakland 
Tierney, P., laborer, Oakland 
Tiernan, B., laborer, Oakland 
Tierra, A. G., farmer. Brooklyn 
Tietjen, F., grocer, Oakland 
Tifoch, I. T., larmer, Washington 

Corners 
Tiffany, R., teamster, Washington 

Corners 
Timothy, J., laborer, Alameda 
Timberlake, J. R., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Tinkham, M. M., grocer, Alameda 
Tinnoy, W. 1L, steward, Oakland 
Tinney, P., farmer, Centerville 
Tipple, W. U., farmer, Livermore 
Tisdale, G. C, hunter, Haywards 
Tisch, D., florist, Oakland 
Titcoinb, J. S., miner, Oakland 
Titcomb, D., fruit dryer, Oakland 
Toadmann, T. E., watchmaker, 

Oakland 
Tobin, J., laborer, Oakland 
Toboy, 11. A., laborer, Oakland 
Tobey, W. B., bookkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Todd, R., mechanic, Centerville 
Todd, J. F., butcher, Oakland 
Todd, J. M., lawyer, Oakland 
Todinan, L., wheelwright, San 

Lorenzo 
Tolking, P., farmer, Pleasanton 
Tolin, Mrs. S., Centerville 
Toler, W. P., farmer, Brooklyn 
Toland, H.. laborer, Oakland 
Tolles, W. S., carpenter, Oakland 
Tompkins, I., gardener, Oakland 
Tompkins, C. H., U. S. Army, 

Brooklyn 
Tomalty, P. J., merchant, Brook- 
lyn 
Tommerup, J. P. E., collector, 

Oakland 
Toorea, J. G., teamster, Brooklyn 
Toole, T. J., tradesman, W est Oak- 
land 
Topping, D., laborer, Oakland 
Torrey, M., Washington Corners 
'lose, J. A., painter, San Lorenzo 
Tower, F. P., clergyman, Alameda 
Townsend, J., contractor, Hay- 
wards 
Townsend, Mrs. C. H., Brooklyn 
Townsend, E. S., laborer, Liver- 
more 
Townsend, J. A., farmer, Oakland 
Townsend, T., carpenter, Oakland 
Townsend, C. H., cabinet maker, 

Oakland 
Townsond, J. H., carpenter, Oak- 
land 



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Towns, P. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Toujes, J., saloon keeper, Oakland 
Tratzol, J. H., farmer, Livermore 
Trankle, H. K., tinsmith, Brook- 
lyn 
Traubo, H., jeweler, Alameda 
Travers, G., clerk, Oakland 
Trapler, H. P., carpenter, Oakland 
Trask, S. D., laborer, Brooklyn 
Trask, W., carpenter, Oakland 
Tracy, J., railroad man, Oakland 
Tracy, C T. K., attorney, Oakland 
Iran a, P., carpenter, Oakland 
Trethoway, K., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Tretheway, J., baggage man, Oak- 
land 
Tredway, W. H., clerk, Oakland 
Tretheway, T., fruit dealer, Oak- 
land 
Trenor, E., physician, Alameda 
Tregloan, J., miner, Alameda 
Treat, T. II., broom maker, Ala- 
meda 
Trefry, J. A., blacksmith, Conter- 

ville 
Trimmingham, J., farmer.. Liver- 
more 
Triplett, J., seaman, Washington 

Corners 
Triplett, J. A., teamster, Brooklyn 
Trickle, W. H., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Troth, I„ farmer, Pleasanton 
Troth, I. L., farmer, Pleasanton 
Trotter, W, H., moulder, Oakland 
Tromans, J., farmer, Haywards 
Tinnier, C, lather, Oakland 
Tru worthy, E, S„ clerk, Oakland 
Truworthy, T. E., master mariner, 

Oakland 
Truce, 11.. telegraph operator, Oak- 
hmd 
Truett, .Mrs. II., Brooklyn 
Tubert, C, saddler, Haywards 
Tu b l>s, M.. Brooklyn 
Tubs, 11., ship chandler, Brooklyn 
Tubs, 0. M., laundryman, Brook- 
lyn 
Tucker, C. M., car repairer. West 

Oukland 
Tuck, L. C, teacher, West Oak- 
land 
Tuck, J. C, millwright, Oakland 
Tuck, ,1. W., carpenter, Oakland 
Tuck son, J., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Tucksen, J. P., salt manul, Mt. 

Eden 
Tufts, 0. IL, carpontor, West Oak- 
la ml 
Tully, T., student, Oakland 
Tully, II. J., rope maker, Brook- 
lyn 
Tul Inch, L., student, Oakland 
'fuller, 0. P., paintor, Alvarado 
Tapper, II., gardener, Brooklyn 
TURBINE WIND MILL CO., 

Oakland 
Turner, <i. W.. moulder) Oakland 
Turner, W., Washington Corners 
Turner, I). S., fanner, Pleasanton 
Tinner, J., farmer, Haywards 
Turner, A. M., laundryman, West 

Oakland 
Turner, J. P., carpenter, West 
Oakland 

en, J. P., saltworkor, Mt. 
Eden 
Twitchell, W. L., Alameda 
Twissefmann, J., laborer, Mt. 
_ Eden 
Twining, E. 0., brakoman, Wost 

Oakland 
Twining, E., miner, Livermore 
Twomey, I)., laborer, Oakland 
Twohig, T., laboror, Mission San 

.1 ese 

Twohey, T., minor, Livermore 
Tychson, J., foreman, San Lorenzo 



Tychsen, A., machinist, San Lo- 
renzo 
Tyhen, W., laborer, Dougherty 

Station 
Tyler, J. H.. policeman, Oakland 
Tyler, C, clerk, West Oakland 
Tyrrel, J., drayman, Oakland 
Tyrrell, P., laborer. West Oakland 
Tyson, W. H., farmer, Centorville 
Tyson, J. M., farmer, Conterville 
Tyson, J. C, clerk, Oakland 
Tyson, W., farmer, Centerville 
Tyson, J. L., teamster, Ohio 
Tythor, J., laborer, Haywards 



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MAKES «AS 

at $1.75 per thousand feet. 

NYE & ACHESON, 

AGENTS, 

3 IS & 317 Fine St., 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



Ubhoff, A., carpenter, Haywards 
Uchtmann, J., tanner, Mt. Eden 
Underwood, J. S., laborer, Hay- 
wards 
Union Pacific Salt Works, Alva- 
rado 
Unger, A., merchant, Brooklyn 
Unger, C. E., harness maker, 

Brooklyn 
Ury, D., butcher, San Leandro 
Usher, 0. W., farmer, Haywards 



Nye & Acheson, 

Importers of 

315 Si 317 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



Vacarezza, N., gardener, Oakland 
Vail, N. B., trunk maker,Oakland 
Vallejo, J. J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Vallejo, P., miller, Mission San 

Jose 
Valentino, M. M., laborer, San 

Lorenzo 
Valoisde, J., cook, San Leandro 
Valdez, J. M., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Valdoz, J. M., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Vallejo, N. P., railroad employee, 

Oakland 
Valentine, J. J., supt, Haywards 
V A LPE V , CAPT. A., farmer, Har- 
ris burg 
Vnlpy, B., Mrs., Centorvillo 
Valencia, A., farmer, Brooklyn 
Vallontino, A. P., farmer, Brook- 
lyn 
Valentino, W., janitor, Alameda 
Valentine, W. T., moulder, Ala- 
meda 
Valpoy, Jr., C, farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
Vandeursen, P. IL, milkman, Oak- 
land 
Vandorvoort, G. J., farmer, Pleas- 
anton 
Vance, J. M., carpenter, San Le- 
andro 
Vance, W. M., contractor, Oakland 
Vanderhoof, J. i)e W., farmer, 

Pleasanton 
Vanderhoof, A., machinist, Cen- 
torvillo 



Vantlerbilt, J. H., clerk, Oakland 
Vandef Brook, K., baker,Oakland 
Vantusen, C. W., Haywards 
Vankaltren, P., plasterer, Oakland 
Vanenbergh, D. H.. paper hanger, 

Oakland 
Vanderhost, H. J., farmer, Alva- 
rado 
Vandopoer, J. G., farmer, Alva- 
rado 
Vane, J. F., gas fitter, Oakland 
Van Auken, J. B., machinist.Oak- 

land 
Van, B. T., carpenter, Alvarado 
Van Blucom, A. L., merchant, 

Oakland 
Van Camp, A. B., farmer,Oakland 
Van Cooper, G., farmer, Alvarado 
Van Dusor, A. P., laborer, Brook- 
lyn 
Van Horn, J. C, painter, Liver- 
more 
Van Ness, J., farmer, Haywards 
Van Ness, T. C, expressman, Oak- 
land 
Van Pelt, C. W., boarding house 

keeper, Brooklyn 
Van Syckle, A. S., clerk, Oakland 
Van Syckle, B., laboror, West 

Oakland 
Van Tassel, J. A., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Van Voorhies, W., engraver, 

Brooklyn 
Van Vleck, D., engraver. Oakland 
Van Vranken, B., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Van Winkle, M., blacksmith, San 

Leandro 
Van Zont, C, stock dealer, Oak- 
land 
Varney & Eldredgo, auctioners, 

San Francisco 
Vasselin, J. M. H., carpenter, Al- 
ameda 
Vauhyning, II. A., farmer, Decoto 
Vaughn, S. B., carpenter, Oakland 
Veal, T., farmer, Livermore 
Veary, E. W., porter, Oakland 
Veirs, A. S., soliciting agent, Oak- 
land 
Vernon, J. W., paintor, Oakland 
Vibert, E., engineer, West Oak- 
land 
Victorino, M., farmer, Brooklyn 
Vier, J., farmer, Alvarado 
Vincent, J., laborer, Brooklyn 
Vincent, S., laborer, Brooklyn 
Vincent, W. B., carriage maker, 

Oakland 
Vining, G. H., expressman, Oak- 
land 
Vincent, C, laborer, Oakland 
Violich, P., miner, Oakland 
VIRGIL, J. A., hotel proprietor, 

Niles 
Viscovich, J., restaurant keeper, 

Oakland 
Vodgos, W. B., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
Vollum, G., horso tamer, Oakland 
Vollmar, F. A., assayer, Alameda 
Vollmar, J., merchant, Alvarado 
Volckers, J., butcher, Alameda 
Volberg, C. O, merchant, Alameda 
Volkerts, J-, laborer. Haywards 
Volmer, C. shipwright, Mt. Eden 
Vonderhust, J., clerK, Oakland 
Von Ohlsen, F., laundryman, Oak- 
land 
Von Oardanowsky, E., physician, 

Oakland 
Vrooman, IL, blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
Voorhies, L. W., farmer, Oakland 
Vose, G. IL, farmer, San Lorenzo 
Vosburgh, J. B., stoves, furniture 

and hardware, Alameda 
Vosburgh, E. C, clerk, Alameda 



J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th pt., E. 0. 



Stone Work and Cement, at P. CHAPPELLET'S. Office, 472 7th, & 2d & Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



179 



SpringnVd G-as Machine 

MAKES «AS 

at ,*l. 7.% per thousand feet. 

NYE & ACHfiSON, 

AGENTS. 

$l5tS:317 Tine St., 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



Wade, B., trader, Brooklyn 
Wadsivorth, S., farmer, Livermore 
Wadsley, T., laborer, Oakland 
Waddingtou, N.. painter, Oakland 
Waer, G. A., farmer, Temescal 
Waer, P. H.. farmer, Brooklyn 
Waggoner, G. W., laborer, San 

Leandro 
Waggoner & Greely, San Leandro 
Wagner, C, butcher, San Leandro 
Wagner, C, laborer, San Lorenzo 
Wagner, L., carpenter, Livermoro 
Wagner, F., saloon keeper, Ala- 
meda 
Wait, H. B., farmer, Hay wards 
Waid, T., gardener, Oakland 
Wakefield, \V. B., clerk. Oakland 
Wakefield, C. C, teamster, Oak- 
land 
Waldo, J. A., carpenter, San Le- 
andro 
WallLs, J. P., laborer, San Lean- 
dro 
Wallis, C, shoe maker, Oakland 
Walker, G. A., foundry, Oakland 
Walker, G. R., foundry, Oakland 
Walker, L., clergyman, Oakland 
Walker, W. T., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Walker, E. H., barber, West Oak- 
land 
Walker, A. C, carpenter, Oakland 
Walker, 0. F., policeman, Oakland 
Walker, T. , laborer, Oakland 
Walker, J. H.,michinist, Oakland 
Walker, A., butcher, Oakland 
Walker, J. M., capitalist, Oakland 
Wall, H. E., merchant, Oakland 
Walton, J. B., teaming, Alvarado 
Walton, J., clerk, Oakland 
Wallace, B., brick mason, Ala- 
meda 
Wallace, T., smith. Mission San 

Jose 
Wallace, D., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Wallace, I., stable keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Wallace, W. A., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Wallace, C. II., telegraph opera- 
tor, Alameda 
Wallace, W. K., marble worker, 

Oakland 
Wallace, J. A., carpenter, Oakland 
Wallace, E., wool grower, Brook- 
lyn 
Wales, W., farmer, Centerville 
Wales, G. H., carpenter, San Lo- 
renzo 
Walsh, E., laborer, West Oakland 
Walsh, J., farmer, Pleasanton 
Walsh, J. T., painter, Oakland 
Walsh, J., clerk, Alameda 
Walsworth, E.B., clergyman, Oak- 
land 
Walter, S., tailor, Oakland 
Walter, G. E., merchant tailor, 

Oakland 
Walter, II., fruit dealer, Oakland 
Walling, A. C, painter, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Waltenbaugh, P. C, saloon keep- 
er, Liveruioro 
Wales, T. P., contractor, Oakland 
Walker k Butler, farmer, Center- 
ville 



Walton, F. A., clerk. Alameda 
Walsh, J., laborer. Alvarado 
Wallace, B., bricklayer, Alameda 
Wallis, B. F., laundryman, Ala- 
meda 
WALTERS. G. M., farmer, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Walker, J. T., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Walton, Wm., blacksmith, Center- 
ville 
WALPERT, J., stock raiser, Hay- 
wards 
Walker, Mrs. E. B., Brooklyn 
Wallace, I., livery stable, Brook- 
lyn 
Wallace, J. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Wallace, J., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Walker, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Walker, J. H., laborer, Oakland 
Wallace, J. M., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Wanhaub, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Ward, C. T., surveyor, Haywards 
Ward, II., farmer, Livennore 
Ward, J., ditch agent, Livermore 
Ward, R., miller, Oakland 
Ward, V., painter, Oakland 
Ward, II., farmer, Livormore 
Ward, F. A., farmer, Livermore 
Ward, G. W., farmer, Livormore 
Ward, J. W., merchant, Brooklyn 
Ward, D. M., farmer, Altamont 
Warner, F., farmer, Oakland 
Ward, W., laborer, Brooklyn 
Warren, G. W., barkeeper, Oak- 
land 
Warman, G., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Warner, A. L., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 
Warner, C. II.. trader, Oakland 
Warner, J. E., student, Oakland 
Warner, E. E., farmer, Oakland 
Warner, E. La F., surveyor, Oak- 
land 
Warren, S. D., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Warren, J., farmer, Brooklyn 
Warren, F. M., farmer, Washing- 
ton Corners 
Warren, G. A., livery keeper, Oak- 
land 
Warren, J. M., milkman, Pleas- 
anton 
Warren, G. H., nurseryman, Cen- 
terville 
Warren, W. W., farmer, San Lor- 
enzo 
Warring, I. S., milkman, Oakland 
Warth, J. M., farmer, Livermore 
Ware, D. H., farmer, San Leandro 
Washburn, C. A., Oakland 

land 
Washeim, D., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Wasson, J., printer, Oakland 
Waters, R., boatman, Oakland 
WATEKMAN & CO., commission 
merchant and grain warehouse, 
Livermore 
Waters, J., hostler, Washington 

Corners 
Watson, C. B., farmer, Brooklyn 
Watson, W. J., carpenter, Brook- 
lyn 
Watson. W., farmer, Brooklyn 
Water Co., C. C, Oakland 
Watts, C. II., Oakland 
Watkins, W., sheep raiser, Liver- 
more 
Watkinson, AY., laborer, Alameda 
Watkins, W. R., well borer, Oak- 
land 
Watson, C. A., sailor, Oakland 
Watson, G. W.. lawyer, Brooklyn 
Waters, P., hostler, Oakland 
Watters, J. L., brakeman, Oak- 
land 



Watters,W. G., farmer, Livermoro 
Wanhab, J., farmer, Washington 

Corners 
Weaver, H., saddler, Oakland 
Weaver, H., caterer, Oakland 
Webster, J. V., farmer, Brooklyn 
Webster, N. N., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Webster, J. S., farmer, Brooklyn 
Webster, J. G., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Webber, T. J., druggist, Oakland 
Weber, V., baker, Brooklyn 
Webb, S. W., clergyman, Alameda 
Webb, C. C, real estate doaler, 

Brooklyn 
Wobb, B. F., clerk, Oakland . 
Webb, A. H., insurance solicitor, 

Brooklyn 
Webb, 0. E., farmer, San Lorenzo 
Webb, J. C, farmer, Livermore 
Webster, J., farmor, Haywards 
Webber, Mrs. M. H.,San Leandro 
Weber, CM., bookkeeper, Livor- 
more 
Webster, J. N., broker, Alameda 
Weeks, A., farmer, Mission San 
Jose 



WEED & KINUWELl, 
California Bras* Works, 125 

First St., opp. Mission, S. F. 
Manufacturers of all kiuds of Brass, 
Composition, /inc. ana Bab- 
bit Metal Castings, Church <& 
Steamboat Bells; also a full 
assortment of Steam and Water 
Cocks and Valves, Hydraulic Pipes, 
Nozzles and Hose Couplings, etc. 

Brass Ship Work, spikes, Sheath- 
ing Nails, Rudder Braces, etc. 



Weed, G., laborer, Livermoro 
Weefers, G., drover, Brooklyn 
Wegener, A. F. M., butcher, San 

Leandro 
Wegner, J., moulder, Alvarado 
Weilbye, J. L., contractor, Liver- 
moro 
Weintraut, J. G., sea faring, Oak- 
land 
Weissner, W. E. M., clerk, Oak- 
land 
Weidmore, G. J., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Weintrant, C. H., saddler, West 

Oakland 
Weintrant, A., laborer, West Oak- 
land 
Weil, II. J., brewer, Alameda 
Wells, R.. clerk, Alameda 
Wells, J. N., laborer, Haywards 
Wells, M. T., farmor, Oakland 
Welch; M., plasterer, Oakland 
Welch, C, bricklayer, Oakland 
Welsh, D., helper, Oakland 
Welsh, T., laborer, Oakland 



T. D. WELLS, 

General Blacksmith 

AND ■ 

WAGON MAKER, 

Dublin, Alameda Co., Cal. 



WELLS, T. D., blacksmith, Dub- 
lin 
Wellor, C, capitalist, Harrisburg 
Welsh, T., laborer, Haywards 
Wells, W., farmer, Alvarado 
Weller, H. 0., agent, Pleasanton 
Wells, S. T., clergyman, Brooklyn 
Weltlen, C. E., lumberman, Oak- 
land 



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Welscher, L., brewer, Oakland 
AVellman, B., merchant, Brooklyn 
Wellbrock, II., laborer, Oakland 
Welling, J. W., farmer, Alameda 
AVentworth, C. W., painter, Oak- 
land 
AVenck,AV., book keeper. Alameda 
Wenk, R. E., teacher, Temescal 
Werner, A., miller, Haywards 
AVerzinger, P., carpenter and cab- 
inet, Mission San Jose 
Wertheimer, S., general merchan- 
dise, Dougherty Station 
Werner, S., fruit raiser, Haywards 
Werner, C, farmer, Haywards 
Westoren, A. E., plasterer, Oak- 
land 
Wescott, E., shoemaker, Brooklyn 
Westin, W. E., miner, Oakland 
Weston, F., farmer, Oakland 
Weston, S.j farmer, Livermore 
West, J. R., laborer, Oakland 
AVest, J. II., laborer, Brooklyn 
West, R., laborer, Haywards 
West, J. D., laundryman, West 

Oakland 
West, I. H. W., laborer, Brooklyn 
West, L., grocer, San Leandro 
Wesson, G. II., carpenter, Oakland 
Westhall.S., Oakland 
Westphall, J., farmer, Livermore 
Westerman, A., farmer, Oakland 
Wesley, W., waiter, Brooklyn 
Wetherbee, J. M., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Wotmore, C. E., real estate agent, 

Oakland 
Wettoran, S., bakery, Livermore 
Wetherbee, H., lumber dealer, 

Brooklyn 
AVoyburn, J. K., clerk Yosemite 

Houso, Alameda 
Weymouth, A., carpenter, Liver- 
more 
Weymouth, n., farmer, Livermore 
Weymouth, A., farmer, Livermore 
Woyer, D., teamster, Oakland 
Weyborn, C. S., laborer, Alameda 
Whalon, W., laborer, Livermore 
Whartin, Mrs. Maria, hair store, 

Brooklyn 
Whaloy, J. C, farmer, Centorville 
Whalen, M., farmer, Mission San 

Joso 
Wheelan, J., minor, Haywards 
Wholan, B., laborer, Pleasanton 
Whelan, A., farmer, Oakland 
Who on, J. T., railroad man, 

Brooklyn 
Whelon, \V., waiter, Oakland 
Whoatin. T., capitalist, Brooklyn 
Wheelan, J., minor, Haywards 
Whoelor, Peter, physician, Oak- 
land v 
Whito, .1., fanner, Livermore 
White, 0. M., carpenter, Oakland 
White, W. ('., lirintor, Oakland 
Whitmare. C. N., farmer, Oakland 
White, C. T., carpenter, Oakland 
Whitcomb, S. J., painter. Brook- 

lyn 
W bidder, G. A., farmer, Harris- 

burg 
Whil Inck, ()., farmor. Mission San 

.1 os e 
Wliitlock, H., farmor, Mission San 

Joso 
White, E. •!., merchant, Alameda 
W hisman, A., farmer, Harrisburg 
White, Jr., T., brick inasun, Ala- 

meda 
Whipple, <'., farmer, Decoto 
WHIPPLE, J. C, farmor, Alvar- 

ado 
Whisby, L. M., salt manuf, Mt. 

Eden 
W hiio, J. C., farmor, Alvarado 
Whiteside, 0. H., carriage trim- 
mer, Havwards 



Whidden, W., farmer, Haywards 
White, S. C, painter, Haywards 
Whidden, W., farmer, Pleasanton 
AVhitmore, C., general store, 

Livermore 
Whiting, L., laborer, Brooklyn 
Whiting, J. H., laborer, Brooklyn 
Whitohill, M., laborer, Oakland 
AVhitbv, W., ho-tler, Oakland 
AVhitman, W. W., clerk, Oakland 
AVhitney, G. E., attorney at law, 

Oakland 
Whitney, A. D., merchant, Oak- 
land 
Whitmore, E.W., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Whilton, C F., reporter, Oakland 
Whitton, A., printer, Oakland 
Whiicomb, G F., moulding maker, 

Oakland 
AVhitchor, J. E., surveyor, Oak- 
land 
Whitehcr, J. A., Oakland 
AVhipple, G., teamster, Alvarado 
White, M., farmer, Oakland 
AVhito, C, laborer, Livermore 
White, J. K., painter, Oakland 
AVhite, J. J., shoemaker, Oak- 
land 
AA'hite, A. F., clergyman, San Le- 
andro 
AVhite, AA\ C, turner, Brooklyn 
AVhite, B., expressman, Brooklyn 
AVhite, A., merchant, Oakland 
AVhito, W. AV., blacksmith, Oak- 
land 
AA'hite, J., clergyman, Oakland 
AA : hito, J. E., waiter, Brooklyn 
AVhite, C. B., engineer, Alameda 
White, J. A., stock dealer, Ala- 
meda 
AVhite, II. K., clerk, Oakland 
AA r hitlock, F. G., physician, Mis- 
sion San Jose 
AA'hitlock, R., mariner, Oakland 
AA'hitlock, E., laborer, Livermore 
AVhitonack, P. V., laborer, AVash- 

ington Corners 
AViard, E., farmer, Oakland 
Wickson, Miss Eliza, ancient lan- 
guages and literature, Washing- 
ton Corners 
AA r ickersham, B. F., druggist, Oak- 
land 
AVickman, C, conductor, AA r est 

Oakland 
AVichelhausen, R., merchant, Mis- 
sion San Jose 
Wickorsham, A., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
AVicks, M., farmer, San Leandro 
AVidener, A. J., engineer, Centor- 
ville 
AVidener, J. R., laborer, Oakland 
AVidener, J. S., carpentor, West 

Oakland 
Wiebalk, II., farmer, Livermore 
Wiegmann, I)., butcher, Alvarado 
Wiechers, J., laborer, Pleasanton 
AViggin, J., mariner, Alameda 
AViggins, W. F., mechanic, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Wigiitman, J., merchant, Oakland 
Wight man, C. G., insurance agent, 

Oakland 
Wight, 0., sheep raiser, Livermore 
Wight, A. S., custom house officer, 

Oakland 
Wilcox, S. P., merchant, Oakland 
Wilcox, R. A., farmer, Mission 

San Jose 
AVilson, J. !>., miner, Oakland 
Wilson, J., boatman, Oakland 
AVilson, J. S., merchant, Alameda 
Wilson, J., engineer, Alvarado 
AVilson, C. J., carpentor, Oakland 
Wilson, T.. trader, Ahipjeda 
AVilson, C. E., lawyer, Oakland 
AVilson, 1). B., Oakland 



AA r ilson,AA r . F., shoe maker, Brook- 
lyn 
AVilson, S., conductor, Oakland 
AVilstrup, K., laborer, San Lorenzo 
AViley, E. W., trader, Washington 

Corners 
AA'illiams, AA r . II., farmer, Center- 

villo 
AVilliams, G. H., ranchman, AVash- 

ington Corners 
AA T illiams, H. C, painter.Alameda 
AVilliams, J., laborer, Alameda 
AVilliams, I>. K., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
AVilliams, J., merchant, Oakland 
Williams, A., painter, Oakland 
AVilliams, G. F., mining engineer, 

Oakland 
Williams, T., laborer, Livermore 
AVilliams, J. H. H., miner, Oak- 
land 
Williams, A., farmer, Haywards 
AVilliams, M. P., farmer, San Le- 
andro 
AVilliams, E. B., clerk, Oakland 
AVilliams, A. G., farmer, Oakland 
AA T illiams, S. T., carponter, Oak- 
land 
AVilliams, J., farmer, Oakland 
AA'illiams, G., farmor, Haywards 
AA'ilson, C, merchant, Alameda 
Wilbur, S., clergyman. Brooklyn 
AVilliams, T., farmer, Oonterville 
AVille, F., farmer, Mt. Eden 
AVilliams, B., carpenter, Oakland 
Williams, G. W., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Williams, M.J., minor, Livermore 
AVilliams, J., blacksmith, Oakland 
AVilliams, T., blacksmith, Oakland 
AVills, J. T., clergyman, Haywards 
AVilson, J. W., farmer, Alvarado 
AVilson, Jr., J., clerk, Oakland 
AVilson, F. A., clerk, Oakland 
AA : ilson, D. AV., harness maker, 

Alameda 
AA'iltormood, L. S., carpenter, Oak- 
land 
Williams, J., carpenter, Oakland 
AVilliamson, B., blacksmith, 

AVashington Corners 
AVILLIAMS, B., attorney, Hay- 
wards 
Willcock, AV., blacksmith, Brook- 
lyn 
AVilson, A., seaman, Brooklyn 
AVilson, A. D., farmer, Brooklyn 
AVilson, W. D., farmer, Brooklyn 
AVilson, A. D., engineer, Brooklyn 
AA'ilson, E. H., farmer, Brooklyn 
Willis, D. A., clergyman, Brooklyn 
AVilliam, F. 0., farmer, Brooklyn 
AVilliam, A., shoe maker, Brook- 
lyn 
AVilliam, F., farmer, Brooklyn 
AVilliam, P. A., laborer, Brooklyn 
William, C. ,S., master mariner, 

Brooklyn 
AVilson, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
AVilson, Mrs. A. C, Brooklyn 
AVilson, F.j carp flter, Oakland 
AVILLE, J. E., farmer, Mt. Eden 
AVilliams. B. S. E., policeman, 

Oakland 
Williams, B. F., joiner, Oakland 
Williams, S., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
AVille, F. AV., farmer, Oakland 
AVilkinson, J., farmer, Centorville 
AA'ilkinson, J., farmer, Centervillo 
AVilkinson, Jr., C, teacher, Oak- 
land 
AVilkinson, AV., supt Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum, Oakland 
AA'illiamson, J., expressman, Oak- 
land 
AVills, T. D., blacksmith, Liver- 
more 
Wills, AA r ., farmer, Alvarado 



J. ROUSSEAU, Fashionable Boot and Shoe Store, 687 E. 12th St., E. 0. 



Building Fronts, at F. CHAPPELLET'S, 172 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 



OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 



181 



AViltkopp, H., laborer, Oakland 
Willimain. F., hotel keeper, Oak- 
land 

JVilkin, S., millwright, Pleasanton 
AYilkins, AV. T., farmer, Brooklyn 
Wilbur, S., clergyman, Alameda 
Willard, J.W., agent C. P. Works, 

Brooklyn 
Willett, E. H., clerk, West Oak- 
land 
Willits.W. P., teamster, Brooklyn 
Wilder, W. II., laundryman. Oak- 
land 
Willebrand, J. H., painter, Oak- 
land 
Wilhelm, J. F., watchman, Oak- 
land 
AVingate, I. C, expressman, Oak- 
land 
Winston, J. E., painter, Oakland 
Winn, L- W., carpenter, Wash- 
ington Corners 
Winstanley. J. M., farmer, Center- 

ville 
Winters, C, tinsmith, Oakland 
Winterton, J., clerk, Oakland 
Winslow, H. E., pipe fitter, Oak- 
land 
Winant, J. N., clerk, Oakland 
Winant, J. J., master of vessel, 

Oakland 
Winan!, W. W., oyster dealer, 

Oakland 
Winnnt, S., oyster dealer, Ala- 
meda 
Winchester, J. P., clerk, Alameda 
Winchester, W. 11., engineer, Ala- 
meda 
Winslow, T., caulker, Oakland 
Winlon, C, farmer, Haywards 
Winslo, E. C, farmer, Brooklyn 
Winsor, Mrs. M., Brooklyn 
Wisenor, J. FT., farmer, Haywards 
Wirth, F. C, butcher, Brooklyn 
Wise, B. J., bookkeeper, Oakland 
Wise, C. H., tinsmith, Haywards 
Wisenor, W. T., farmer, Liver- 
more 
Wiseman, D., carpenter, Ploasan- 

ton 
AYitner, H., farmer, Pleasanton 
Wittland, W.. merchant, Oakland 
Wirth, J. L., harness maker, Oak- 

W1TTKE, J., saddler, Mission San 

Jose 
Witt, Sr., J., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Winters, C. H., saddler, Haywards 
Witt, Jr., J., laborer, Mt. Eden 
Witt, 0., farmer, Pleasanton 
Wodlo, J., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Wolff, II. A., painter, Brooklyn 
Wolcott, E. E., trader, West Oak- 
land 
Wolburn, A. F., laborer, Oakland 
Wood, C, carpenter, Oakland 
Wood, W. H., printer, West Oak- 
land 
W r ood, A. B., drimiist, AJameda 
Wood, J. W.. Oa&iand 
Wood, J., Oakland 
Wood, F., farmer, Haywards 
Wood, G. B., butcher, Pleasanton 
Wood, C. F., bookkeeper, Alameda 
Wood, J. C, shoo makor, Oakland 
WOOTTEN, J. E., miller, Hay- 
wards 



E. P. WOOD, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN aufl SURGEON, 

Pleasanton, Cat. 

Prompt attention given toCallsinall 

Branches of his ProfeSNlon. 

C®- Especial Care given to theTreat- 

meni of all Diseases of Females. 



WOOD, E. P., physician, Pleasan- 
ton 
Woodworth, J., hackman, Oak- 
land 
Woodsey. W. E., stock broker, 

Tomescal 
Woodward, J., overseer, Niles 
Wood, B., farmer, Mt. Eden 
Wood, R. A. S., carpenter, Hay- 

WOOTTEN & SON, Haywards 

Flour Mill, Haywards 
Woodward, S. P., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Woodman, S. H., carpenter, Hay- 
wards 
WOOTTEN, S., miller, Haywards 
Woodworth, A. J., carpenter, 

Brooklvn 
Woolsey, K. W., Oakland 
Wood, A. T., laborer. Brooklyn 
Wood, Mrs. M. P., Alameda 
Wotton, M. N., painter, Alameda 
Wood, J. W., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Woods, S., U. S. army, Oakland 
Woods, K. C., railroad man, Oak- 
land 
Woolsoy, J. B., farmer, Oakland 
Woodbury, G. W., miner, Oakland 
Wootten, W. W., farmer, Hay- 
wards 
Wootten, O.W., farmer, Haywards 
Worden, I., stable, Oakland 
AVorsham, L. L., blacksmith, Hay- 
wards 
Worland, C. R., hotel keeper, Hay- 
wards 
Worth, C saloon keeper, Brook- 
lyn 
Work, J. W.. capitalist, Brooklyn 
WORTHIXGTON.S. M., farmer, 

Haywards 
Worsham, W. S., farmer, Center- 

ville 
AA'orsenger, P., cabinet maker, 

Mission San Jose 
Wourner, J., butcher. Oakland 
AA'KEDE, V., farmer, Mt. Eden 
AVright, W. H., farmer, Altamont 
AVright, F., wheelwright, Center- 

ville 
AVright, G., blacksmith, Conter- 

ville 
AA'right, D., farmer, Brooklyn 
AA'right, B., furniture, AVest Oak- 

lai d 
AA'righ\ C. AV., clerk, Brooklyn 
Wright, C. S., house joiner, Oak- 
land 
AVright, II. H., stage driver, Mt. 

Eden 
AA'right, AA T . H., merchant, Alta- 
mont 
AA'right, A. H., carpenter 
AVright, C. A-. moulder, San Le- 

andro 
AA'rin, J., laborer, Oakland 
AVulzen, J., soda manuf, Alameda 
AA'ummenberg, N. H., Alameda 
AVyman, C. T., editor, Oakland 
AA'yman, B. H., purser, Oakland 
AA r ynn, W. H., farmer, Livermore 
AVyatt, J. O'B., clerk, Oakland 



Springfield Gas Machine 

MAKES GAS 

at $1.75 per thois«as3«l feet. 

NYE & ACHESON, 



315 £ 317 fine St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Nye & Achesou, 

Importers of 

315 & 317 PINE STREET, 

Sun Francisco. 



Yager, J. G., student, Oakland^ 
Yaraur, G., barber, Mission San 

Jose 
Yale, J. S., teamster, Brooklyn 
Yale, L. B., clerk, Brooklyn 
Yates, L. G., dentist, Centerville 
Yates, A. B., carpenter, Livermore 
Yates, \V. A., teacher, Centervillo 
Yates, W. II., merchant, Oakland 
Yoakum, I., farmer, Brooklyn 
Yoakum, I. C. clerk, Brooklyn 
Yorkey, EL, laborer, Brooklyn 
Young, Mrs. D , Alameda 
Young, J. R., carpenter, Brooklyn 
Young, A. W., ship joiner, Brook- 
lyn 
Young, D. P., farmer, Mission ban 

Jose 
Young, J. G., farmer, Mission San 

Jose 
Young, J., farmer, AVashington 

Corners 
Young, E., farmer, Haywards 
Young, J., coachman, Oakland 
Young, J., shoemaker, Oakland 
Young, D. D., farmer, Livermore 
Younie, J. A., joiner, Oakland 
Yule, J., schoolteacher, Mt. Edon 



N'ye & Achesoii, 

Importers of 

315 & 317 PINE STREET, 

San Francisco. 



Zanbrieske, P., shoe maker, Hay- 
wards 
Zeh, G., butcher, Alameda 
ZEiLE, J., farmer, Haywards 
Zierler, J., wheelwright, Wash- 
ington I'orners 
Z1EGENFUSS, G., butcher, Mis- 
sion San Jose 



Xavier, J., produce, Brooklyn 



JOHN G30. ZI3GENFUSS, 

and Wholesale and Retail 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF MEAT, 

None but the Best Animals killed. 
Mission, SAN" JOSA, CAL. 



ZIMMERMAN, S., farmer, Mid- 
way 
Zoppett, A., sail maker, Alameda 
Zimmermann, C, hotel and saloon 

keeper, AVashington Corners 
Zindle, G., plasterer, Brooklyn 
Zumstein, P., farmer, Mt. Eden 



SpriDgfield Gas Machine 

MAKES «»S 
at §1.75 per thousand feet. 

NYE & ACHESON, 

AGENTS, 

315 & 317 Pine. St., 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, 



55ards, Bill and Letter Heads, a specialty, at LE POEEEST & GASKILL'S, 828 B'y. 



PEOF. VAN DeMAEK, Elocutionist, insures good Lung Power. 



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Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. EOUSSEAU, 687 E. 12th St., E. 



Carriage Steps, at F. CHAPPELLET'S, 472 7th St., and cor. 2d and Franklin. 




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Paper Hanging, K.alsomining, 

Walls Whitened or Tinted. 

All Orders given to us, or left at our Office, will be promptly attended 
to, and executed in a workmanlike maimer. 

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OFFICE AND SHOP, 

Cor. of East 12th Street and 12th Avenue, 



Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. EOUSSEAU, 637 E. 12th St., E. C 



PROF. VAN DeMARX, Elocutionist, Somerset House, 462 121 



B* HATMAW @ CO, 

IMPORTERS OF 

Silver JPl^vtod Ware, 

LOWEST PRICES ! LARGEST STOCK ! 

130 Slitter Street, bet. Kearny and Montgomery, San Fi 



122 and 124 SUTTER STREET, SAN FRANCIS 



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In Crystal, Steel, Gilt and Bronze ; also, a fine assortment o: 
and Bronze MANTEL CLOCKS, and Fine French Bronze Orr 
Patent German STUDENT LAMP, both Brass and Plated I 
and Fittings, and a full .tssortment of PLUMBERS' WARI 
AQUARIUMS, SETTEES and GARDEN ORNAMENTS. 



Nos. 18 and 20 FREMONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 




Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. J. ROUSSEAU, 687 E. 12